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Tim House installation.

Then This Happened Comic
Inside, what sounded like old-timey banjo music played in the background and all the pictures hanging seemed strange. Almost borderline disturbing. But not.

Here is the actual photo she took.


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John's Website http://www.spitandahalf.com/

John's Author Page on Amazon - https://amzn.to/2L5fkdU

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