A Cotton Mill Town Christmas




For seventy years, the little town of Fries, Virginia had rested peacefully on the space God had scooped out of the banks of New River. Past adversities: the Great Depression of the 30’s, the devastating Flood of ‘40, the infamous Theater Murder in ‘41, had all been overcome. None though were going to compare to the disconsolation due to the events preceding the Christmas of ‘69.

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