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Bryan Rich first to identify New Hope Separate as puzzle scene

Eight sent answers: Bryan Rich, Keith Curry, Dallas Neat, Angie Scott, and, using detective work, Ofc. Joshua Brockman and from Richard Raines, Wes Bryant, and Ann Goff. Our thanks to all who participated.Click on headline for full story with photo(s)

By Ed Waggener

There were eight responses on the "Where is this Not Churchill Downs twin spires scene?" and Bryan Rich was the first to get it right. "New Hope Separate Baptist Churches." He's was right.


He's passed it a few times, going to Barnett's Creek in Pellyton. Even so, the particular angle isn't always something which strikes the eye. Many had sighted it. Keith Curry answered a little later, "Old New Hope Separate Baptist Church and the new sanctuary of New Hope Separate Baptist Church on Hwy 206 in the Ella Community."

Dallas Neat wrote, "I think this may be the old New Hope and the new New Hope Separate Baptist Church on Highway 206."

And most recently, Angie Scott wrote, "New Hope Separate Baptist Church (former and new buildings), Hwy 206?"

Most of these guesses, we think, came from actually seeing the spires in the same or similar perspectives.

But one was more detective work than familiarity with the scene. Columbia Police Officer Joshua Brockman used his deductive detective skills, "Hey Ed, since you posted some pictures from Casey county took on that same date I'm wondering if your journey took you up KY 206," he wrote, "and maybe the picture was taken of New Hope Separate Baptist Church, the new sanctuary is built beside the old one," no matter how one tries to cover his tracks, there's always evidence. Neat. Others with good answers, but missed, were Sheldon Alley (Columbia UMC and Columbia Union Presbytery); Richard Raines, (Free Union Separate Baptist Church's old and new sanctuaries); Ann Goff, who thought it was a church on the west side of KY 55/Campbellsville Road', and Wes Bryant, who thought it was Coffey's Friendship Separate Baptist Church. - Ed Waggener


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Where is this Not Churchill Downs twin spires scene?



2013-02-23 - South Central Kentucky - Photo by Linda Waggener. Do you recognize these twin spires. They were photographed at a distance and cropped, but they should give a clue despite the grainy quality. They are within the CM 7 county area of Taylor, Russell, Metcalfe, Green, Cumberland, Casey and Adair. Send answer using the 'Comments" button or an Contact/Submit button.
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New Hope Separate Baptist Church Spires - old and new



2013-02-26 - 10671 Liberty Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. This is the photo from which the photo puzzle, Where is this Not Churchill Downs twin spires scene?.
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New Hope Separate Baptist Church Spires - on two buildings



2013-02-26 - 10671 Liberty Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. The picture puzzle: "Where is this Not Churchill Downs twin spires scene?" was taken from the New Hope Separate Baptist Church's two churches, on either side of New Hope Cemetery Road, both fronting on Liberty Road. The paired picture can be seen at Where is this Not Churchill Downs twin spires scene?. The first person to recognize the scene was Bryan Rich.
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New Hope Separate Baptist Church



2013-02-27 - 10671 Liberty Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. New Hope Separate Baptist Church, 10671 Liberty Road, Columbia, KY.
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