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The Dark-Thirty: Southern Tales of the Supernatural Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Woman in the Snow Summary

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The Woman in the Snow Summary

Grady Bishop gets the most undesirable route on a November afternoon in his job as a bus driver. To add to his troubles, a bad snowstorm is expected. Grady gets into a disagreement with a passenger and is therefore glad when the snowstorm forces him to close down the route. However, as Grady begins to carefully drive back to the bus depot, he sees a young woman on the street with her baby clutched to her chest. Grady opens the door and tells the woman to go home, that he is closing the route down for the night. The young woman tells him that her husband is out of town and the baby is sick. The woman needs a ride to the hospital. Grady reluctantly agrees. However, when the young woman tells him she does not have the fare...

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