Oct 18, 2019
Between the towns of Big Stone Gap and Appalachia in the mountains of southwestern Virginia was a place once known as "Boneyard Hollow." This little hollow was where a meat butchering concern used to dump the bones left over from preparing steaks, roasts and other meats. It also was where a body could be found, at least as one prisoner told it. Today we tell you that story.
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