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The town of Jefferson, a twenty-minute drive from Caddo Lake, in East Texas, is the creepy-cute love child of Gilmore Girls’ Stars Hollow and True Blood’s Bon Temps. At first glance, Jefferson seems like an unlikely gathering place for those hunting the unknown. It is profoundly quaint: there is a Gone With the Wind museum, the shops are “shoppes,” the restaurants are “taverns” and “saloons,” and the antiques overfloweth. On a Saturday morning in October, the town has not yet woken up, and an orange cat suns itself in the middle of a brick-laid street in the middle of town. The previous night, however, walking back to my Airbnb in the dark from the evening’s saloon, Jefferson had me thoroughly spooked.Craig Woolheater has held the…
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