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The End And So It Begins

The end and so it begins is the end to things as we now know it. It starts in and around a city named Fort Bowlsto. There is a military base located there that many have no idea it is…

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Serial Killer in Appalachia Part Two

Bobby had just seen his mamaw kill someone and instead of shocking Bobby, it excited him. He told his her that he wanted to learn everything there was to learn about the business and this pleased her. So she told…

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The Citronella Collar

So, my neighbor has been complaining that my dog has been barking non-stop. I hate the electric zapping bark collars, so I purchased a humane citronella collar. When a dog barks, it shoots a blast of citronella under their nose…

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Serial Killer in Appalachia

The song “Bad to the Bone” by George Thorogood & The Destroyers should have been written about a man named Bobby E. Barbagallo. He was born July 16, 1939 in Elliott County KY. During this time the Great Depression was…

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Doorway to the Past

In 2008 bought a house that was a lot older than me. It was a Victorian house built in very 1900’s. It was going to be a fixer upper for sure. A lot of things were wrong with the house…

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Dead Bodies in the Painting Part 3

Barney let about a pint of blood drip from the cut on his brother’s arm then he bandaged it up for now. He put together a plan to paint pictures of where he was going to dump each body using…

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Dead Bodies in the Painting Part 2

Barney gave off an evil laugh as his brother was lying there screaming with pain. The laugh even surprised Barney a little. So he grabbed his brother’s hand again and ripped off another fingernail and another and another until he…

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Dead Bodies in the Painting

Barney R. Cabrera was a 40-year-old man trying to hit it big as an artist. His paintings were not selling, but because he was not a quitter he continued working. While growing up Barney suffered terrible physical and sexual abuse…

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Happy Father’s Day

Father’s Day is believed to have been first observed on June 19, 1910, in Spokane, Washington, by Sonora Smart Dodd, a Christian woman and the daughter of American Civil War veteran William Jackson Smart. Sonora’s mother died when she was…

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Taking a Small Break

Taking a Small Break

I know it’s been a few days since I posted last. I am taking a month’s break. I need to re-energize thanks for understanding. See you soon!

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