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Answer to Mystery 76480, church in the wildwood at 12:43pmCT
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By Ed & Linda Waggener
Just as promised, only about a three quarters of an hour late, we're posting the answer to: Mystery: Where in the World is this Church in the Wildwood
There have been 13 answers to the puzzle, from Mark Bright, Chris Dial, Gene Jessee, Jimmie Cox, Melody Pollard, Jason Curry, Josh Harden, Hem320, Chris Reeder, John Speer, Robert Bell, Byron Larimore, and Jimmy G. Stone.
Guesses include White Oak Church in Adair County (3), Poplar Grove Church in Cumberland County (1), White Hill Church in Cumberland County (1), Amandaville Christian Church in Cumberland County, (1) and some guessed Pollard's Chapel United Methodist Church.
Actually, seven people knew that the Mystery Church in the Wildwood is Pollard's Chapel United Methodist Church.
Answering with a form of Pollard's Chapel UMC, the correct answer were, earliest-to-latest: Jimmie Cox, Melody Pollard, Jason Curry, Josh Harden, John Speer, Byron Larimore, and Jimmy G. Stone.
Jason Curry had the most complete answer: "This looks like Pollard's Chapel on Sulpher Springs Road. From 61 north, it is on the left after you pass the farm of Dr. Giles and just a couple of miles from the Clay Ridge community." We enjoyed the puzzle - though we knew that those who live in the area, work there regularly making deliveries, would like guess immediately. For the rest, we hope it will entice others to pack a dashboard picnic, get away from city world, and get have some "Sulfer Creek Road" therapy. It's as well spent 45 minutes to an hour and a spirit lifter as there is anywhere around.
Thanks to everyone who participated. There may be another Mystery Photo in CM readers' future. - Ed & Linda.
This story was posted on 2017-12-23 12:22:28
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