Author: Bill Russo
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The strange story of the number 289, an unlucky boy, and a hundred dollar junkyard car named Mavis.
Bill Russo lived in an area of Massachusetts called the Bridgewater Triangle for many years and never knew that it was said to be inhabited by scary swamp creatures until he met one.
Forty years after the smoke cleared from the shootout at the OK Corral, Whiz Bang City in Oklahoma still had daily gunfights, train robberies, and the slicke...
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