When Japanese police went to the house to congratulate Sogen Kato on his 111th birthday, they allegedly discovered an over 30-year-old conspiracy instead.
Police were suspicious when Kato’s 53-year-old granddaughter told them that the birthday boy “doesn’t want to see anybody.” They then confirmed that no one in the pension fund had actually spoken to Kato in some time.
A search found Kato’s mummified remains “lying in his bed, dressed in long underwear.”
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It was a case of MOMMYfication in Psycho.
Thank you VT.
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Time for a refresher in American Lit, 101: A Rose for Emily, by William Faulkner:
Hmm……Something is a miss here….was he per chance getting pension benefits?
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