Let’s return to Willard-Note, then, highlighted by Warfield and others in GA. Willard-Music and also Willard-Sophi in KY seems to indicate the whole of Winesap as like a musical score, with Willard the key tone perhaps. He unites the grotesques in the stories, including the reverend. But there’s more to the story in Georgia. Here we have the birth of something new. This is at the end of tile 3 (of 12) spanning the entire United States like an up and down serpent, like a Serpent’s Mound serpent.
Why Kermit? Maybe — Gunsmoke has to do with it…
Glenn Strange (August 16, 1899 – September 20, 1973) was an American actor who mostly appeared in Western films. He is best remembered for playing Frankenstein’s monster in three Universal films during the 1940s and for his role as Sam Noonan, the popular bartender on CBS’s Gunsmoke television series.
… especially remembering variant name of Lovely, KY, near another Kermit, is Smoky Bottom.
Staying in Kentucky, we can certainly bring Mammoth Cave into the growing picture, and its own version of a Winesap. On the other side of Mammoth Cave from it we have a tight conjunction of Love and Lee… Lovely again.
Near Winesap (right next to a “Center Point”, btw) is Bee…
Yes? Sorry I’m late. I control Mammoth Cave. It’s not a Tiny subject. The Civil War was thought to be an event worth a picnic to begin but it opened up a vast sinkhole. That’s where I lived. You personally go in now you can’t get out. You’d break apart. All you can do is stand on the edge and watch… safe distance. You must go one up into Ohio to be free of it. Go now.