Tuesday, June 15, 2004

The Observer | Magazine | Terminate with extreme prejudice (part one): "Hours after nightfall, when the last lights are going out and the only sound is the rustle of the pines and sweet gums on the balmy Georgia wind, the terror that enveloped Wynnton seems closer, more palpable. I'd planned to take a slow drive, to pause and stare at these moon-shadowed dwellings as once the killer saw them, in the moments before he pounced. But my guide, a local architectural historian, seemed reluctant to linger. 'People might not like it,' she said. 'You don't want to have to explain yourself to the police. Besides, a lot of folks here have guns.'"

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