For me, I think of murder. Maybe my mind is warped or maybe I've watched too much Matlock and Twilight Zone, but one thing's for sure, if you want a perfect setting for murder, you don't have to look any farther than a small town.
I picked Halls, Tennessee as the setting for Gravediggers for lots of reasons, but one was because it has been able to retain a small town feel. From the drugstore to the city park, it has a feel of a town time forgot.
The charm of Main Street lives on and the flashing stoplight speaks for itself. Enjoy a few pics.
|You'll find all kinds of southern hospitality in this store|
|When you want to see the goods in these stores, just call the number posted on the door|
|It almost feels like a old western set, but it's deep in the south|
|Fixing up one store front to its former luster.|
What setting would you like to see for a murder?
Have you read any good mysteries lately?