This is a follow-up to previous posts. Please scroll down to catch the beginning.
Periodically, this custom was carried over to after-hours and involved a loosely dedicated group self-dubbed the “Three O’Clock Watch.” Only, in this case, the so-called epitaphs became exaggerated accounts based on doubtful rumors and questionable hearsay at the expense of others who were no longer living and therefore unable to offer rebuttal. Not exactly sporting of us.
[to be continued . . . ]