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“In all respects, Rue la Barriere is a swollen varicose vein spat out of the capital city’s bottom end, i.e., its most interesting end. The bulk of the street stretches just outside of the mall district, just passed the boutiques, and just far enough away from the suburbs. It is an afterthought and an aside—in how thoroughfares go—with a fat overgrown median, an abundance of tree shade, and a quiet disposition. With all things considered, Rue la Barriere was the very place to be if you were a dog whose life culminated in being struck by a car.”
Stuart Conover, State of Horror: Louisiana Volume II

“Amber was shocked and amazed, in this day and age, people could still think like this. The crowd around her was screaming insults and threats, but she wanted them to shut up so she could hear what crazy thoughts were issuing from the mouths of the Ku Klux Klan members standing on the Baton Rouge Capitol Building steps. She’d read on Yahoo this was the first Klan rally in the Louisiana state capital since 1969. Only hours ago they’d won a court hearing about freedom of speech and were now allowed to talk for two hours, before a crowd of mostly hostile people.”
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“Gloria tried to think of who could have died in the house. It seemed like Alan would have mentioned that Eva had been stuck on top of a house with a dead body sloshing around inside. But, there it was, clearly noted, one dead body another horror the girl had endured. She peered at the marks on the house, confused. That wasn’t the date of the hurricane. But she couldn’t think about it now; Eva was getting too far ahead. Like it or not, the girl was her responsibility now.           ”
Stuart Conover, State of Horror: Louisiana Volume II

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