A Land More Kind Than Home - Chapter Twenty-Four-Twenty Five: Clem Barefield, Adelaide Lyle Summary & Analysis

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Clem arrives to the Hall residence to see Ben in his underwear pointing a shotgun at Chambliss inside his car. He flashes his sirens and Chambliss starts to back up when Ben shoots and kills him. the two cars hit each other and Chambliss' trunk opens, spilling snake crates all over the ground. Ben aims the gun at Julie. Jess runs outside and Ben spins with the gun towards Jess. Clem reacts and shoots Ben in the neck. Clem calls Jimmy Hall to pick up Jess. He then notices that Ben's shotgun had been empty when he was aiming it at Julie and Jess, he already fired the two shells to kill Chambliss. Clem tells Jimmy that he shot Ben, his son, and the two share a cathartic moment, each being partially responsible for the death of the...

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