Rattlesnakes and the Murder House in Callahan

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Joseph’s daddy hoisted the seven foot long diamondback rattlesnake from his hip for the camera.

Pine trees were planted in rows like beans and corn.

Joseph’s family was the first to live in the old Johnson house after the murders.

One response to “Rattlesnakes and the Murder House in Callahan

  1. I will never look at wisteria the same way again, after reading the first three in this series. And I will be looking much more carefully for snakes. Or perhaps I’ll get a dog!
    Thank you again for your beautiful portrayal of the sometimes ugly history of our fair city and surrounds!

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