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Travel, Forbus General Store: Famous and Infamous

2013-12-22 - 3902 N York Hwy, Pall Mall, TN - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Wooden statuary lines the front porch of the Forbus General Store. Down the line by the standing bear are the famous Terry Ford of Byrdstown, TN, and the infamous Ed Waggener of I think the statues may be for sale. The stones with the pictures of Jesus lining the exhibit are free - but donations are appreciated, the sign says. Each stone is unique, and each has a different verse of scripture. -EW

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