This was something Ward and her friends thought they saw one night, and which symbolizes her hometown and what she thought stalked the young men who died.
This was a place in the woods that Joshua showed Ward, and it began to represent the depression she struggled with.
This was the town where Ward and her siblings spent most of their lives, that was lived in by people of mostly African American descent who had lived there for generations, and which was devastated by hurricanes twice.
This was where Ward’s father moved after he and his wife separated, where most of his brothers lived, and where Ward and her siblings visited weekends and in the summer.
This was where Ward was born and where her mother would have liked to stay to finish her education and get away from the endemic...
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