[...] this was long before I was born - say they were living in this area, and they a- she ax through the settlement who move it - who move the conch off the line, and someone tell her. And this lady dau- ax her daughter if she move it in the night, and she - girl lie to her say, No, I didn't move it. And you know something? And they say when that girl was supposed to have that baby, she couldn'ta live with that baby, and her mother went down and ax her say, I hope you ain't eat them - that - that - uh, uh - that conch off that line. She say, Yeah, mama, I eat it. She say, Wait, let me go down to - to the lady and - and tell her it's you who eat that, because that was her cousin's daughter. And when she tell her that happen, she say, What? She say, Anyway, when you reach home, put the bucket down and pull her over the bucket, and they pull her over - pull her over the bucket, and you know, before she had that baby, she deliver something like a big piece of conch - from out of her stomach - first - before, and then after she had deliver that - then she deliver that baby.
[...] and someone told her [...] And you know something? [...] she delivered something [...].