Mammoth: The Monster of Bell Island Part 5
Mammoth climbed down from Memorial Bridge and started walking towards the docks. They were being guarded by a man who had become so preoccupied with his supervisory responsibilities that our protagonist was able to pass him without being detected.
This complacency would cause many more breaches of security before being plugged.
Upon reaching the waterfront, Mammoth noticed that a large group of men, under naval control, were taking crates out of their trucks and placing them on huge boats.
This activity piqued his curiosity.
He needed to know what was going on.
Two men, who were on a cigarette break, started walking towards him.
“Have they told you what we are carrying?” one of them asked.
“Nope,” his colleague replied. “I’m only interested in the overtime.”
“So, how long have you worked here?”
“Five years,” the first man said as he took a drag on his cigarette.
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