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  • On the day of the dead, the boys arrived at the Naravo Cemetery to be able to enter the Angelico family grave and to receive the reference number. Rat has no choice but to pay the bribe. The boys discover that the brightest light definition means visit the poor section of the cemetery.
  • On the day of the dead the boys visit the Naravo cemetery. To get entry to Angelico's family grave Rat pays the bribe to the cemetery guard and collects the reference number. They have to go to the poor part of the Naravo Cemetery were the Angelico's family grave is located.
  • Taxi
  • Chapter 1
  • The boys were searching for grave boxes. If you rent a grave box for five years and don't pay for the grave box it is taken back, whatever is remaining gets thrown in trash. The boys discover a grave with Maria Angelico, wife of Jose Angelico marked on it. The boys also discovered on the stone above Maria Angelico a name called Pia Dante Angelico. The boys worked out that the money must be hidden inside Pia Dante Angelico's grave although they are worried about breaking in.
  • Maria Angelico
  • Pia Dante
  • Chapter 2
  • A petite girl named Pia Dante was sitting waiting patiently on the graves waiting for Jose Angelico. Pia Dante is Jose Angelico's daughter.
  • Chapter 3
  • Chapter 4
  • Pia was starving to death so the boys purchased some food for her. They discover a place to stay for the night and they drink brandy to provide them with courage. They create a mischievous plan to break into the grave.
  • The boys pack the money into the sack to try and avoid the guards. The boys take Pia and the group back to Behala Mission School.
  • Chapter 5
  • Mission School
  • Raphael, Gardo, Rat and Pia are writing a letter to thank Father Juilliard and Sister Olivia for their help.
  • Chapter 6
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