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Have you ever had something happen to you that defies all logic? That happened to the author and a friend, when they went to the sleepy little Southern town of Pulaski,Tennessee, to watch the Klan...And ended up...You will have to read it to believe it - or disbelieve it - yourself.

Please Note: This is a short story. Please do not purchase if you desire it to be a novel length book. It is not.

©2012, 2013 Will Bevis (P)2013 Will Bevis

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Boo.

Short, poorly written, self-centered, and boring. Guy stands in front of the site of the formation of the KKK, KKK parade salutes the building as he is standing in front of it. Guy thinks that they are somehow saluting him and that he's been chosen by god to stand between good and evil. Guy writes a boring story about it.