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Mystery Church: It ain't the Vatican, sez Charles Marshburn

Comments re photo 74467 Mystery Photo Do you remember this church

Charles Marshburn writes:
I prefer to address the issue by the process of elimination. I think we can assume it ain't the Vatican! - Charles Marshburn
How can you be so sure? - Especially if you've seen all the white smoke going up over the years at this location. Still, we'll include your comment - though blasphemous by some standards and worthy of the wrath of Rev. German Comer, who may or may not have preached in this building; he certainly did pull up his yellow Buick convertible with Texas plates at the church's predecessor facility. And by the way, we may go ahead shortly and reveal all we know about the picture. - EW



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