“The Doom Statues” — Chapter 4

The return trip southwest, to their hometown of Jenson, NC, takes right at an hour. This region one of those odd pits devoid of interstates, between the two points, a drive involving state routes and country roads between countless towns only slightly larger than Stokely. Jenson is the most sizable of these, though still not much, boasting but a population of about 3000, with two elementary schools feeding into a single junior and then…

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Jason McGathey

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Habitual writer. http://jasonmcgathey.wordpress.com Also: https://lovelettertocolumbus.com/ (Columbus OH minutiae) https://aknownhistory.com/ (family stuff)

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