A glitch similar to crosstalk in old telephone systems or a geomagnetic storm’s widespread interference with electronic systems might account for these e-mails. They purport to document the posthumous career of a famous but often legendary figure. Their format is virtually the same as e-mails on earth’s Internet. Minor variations are self-explanatory. This fanciful, hilarious narrative recounts the possibilities when one of the more famous residents of heaven decides he needs to make a change.
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Born in Cleburne, Texas, in 1920, Odell Myers grew up in Tyler. The day after Pearl Harbor, he received his orders to begin cadet training as a pilot and on July 25, 1942, was commissioned as a 2nd Lt. in the USAAC. On December 4, 1942, the bomber Myers’ piloted was shot down. He spent the next 900 days in and out of Italian and German POW camps, from which he escaped and was recaptured on several occasions. Following World War II, Myers worked in the aerospace industry, where he was responsible for writing both technical and marketing publications. He retired in 1987 and has been writing ever since.
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