Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #34

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FFFCWelcome to “Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge.”

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It was huge!

Jason couldn’t believe his luck. To get this huge hanger like space at such reasonable price was something he didn’t think, would happen. But now standing here he felt his euphoria bubble up inside him.

Now to get to work, to convert it into the greenhouse of his dreams. He had advertised for people with experience in exotic indoor farming and had quite a few responses already.

It would take a lot of hard labor and backbreaking work but now he was in a position to start his own business. Growing exotic herbs and a variety of mushrooms to supply the local restaurants was his aim.

The blow came when they started to take away the concrete floor to make it ready for plantation.

The bones, and there were such a lot of human bones buried under that floor. Nobody knew who they were and what happened to them. Only that the authorities sealed the warehouse for an indefinite period of time and started a hunt for the person who had sold it to Jason.

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