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Derry: The Fourth Interlude Summary

In this diary excerpt, Mike talks about the ax murders at a bar called the Silver Dollar. It happened in 1905 when lumber was still the biggest trade in Derry. During that year, a group of lumberjacks who were attempting to build up a strike against the industry for unsafe work conditions were kidnapped and murdered. One of their friends, a man named Claud Heroux was outraged, grief stricken, and angry that law officials knew who had done it but seemed unwilling to make anyone pay. Heroux decided he would take the law into his own hands. Heroux walked into the bar that night where the men responsible for his friends' deaths were playing cards. Heroux sat at the bar for a time drinking beer and conversing with a few of the local men. Then, Heroux simply got...

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