The True Blue Scouts of Sugar Man Swamp Symbols & Objects

Kathi Appelt
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1949 DeSoto

The 1949 DeSoto was once owned by Audie Brayburn but lost shortly after he came to the swamp. Audie was camping in the swamp when he caught a fever and a storm came through. The car floated to a small hill, and Audie got out of the car, leaving everything in it. When Audie returned, he could not find the car and had been searching for it ever since. It currently sits in the swamp, completely rusted and covered in moss and is being used by the Official Scouts of Sugar Man Swamp as the Information Headquarters. Chap eventually finds the vehicles and the pictures within, something Audie was not able to do before he died.

Sketchbook

The sketchbook is a leather bound book of pictures of the wildlife in Sugar Man Swamp that Audie Brayburn made after losing his Polaroid picture of the elusive ivory billed...

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