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Dance Hall of the Dead Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

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Chapter 4 Summary

Monday, December 1, 4:18 p.m. Ted Isaacs sorts artifacts he has just discovered in a layer of earth called the Folsom floor. He puts the important artifacts in an envelope and labels it with the geographical grid where they were unearthed. A police truck pulls up slowly, careful not to create clouds of dust near the dig site. Leaphorn introduces himself and tells Isaacs that the police are searching for two boys. Isaacs tells him the boys used to hang out at the dig site, but Isaacs and his employer, Dr. Reynolds, ran them off after Reynolds caught the boys in the back of his truck. Isaacs claims the boys didn't steal anything. He tracks every discovery and keeps each artifact locked up in his own camper.

Isaacs is working on a Folsom, or an Early Man archaeological dig. Leaphorn studied some anthropology in college and listens interestedly...

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