Kevin was such a popular little boy that even despite the howling rain and wind on the day of his funeral, nearly everyone in the town showed up to pay their respects.
Everyone's eyes were on the tiny wooden coffin.
The schoolteacher sobbed as she wondered how the tragedy would affect his siblings. The vicar prayed as he wondered how the tragedy would affect his parents.
The butcher scowled as he wondered what exactly was in the coffin, when he knew Kevin's body was already sliced apart and for sale in his window.