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for The State Vol. 17 Issue 29, Dec 1949
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Some folks described Rev. John A. MacLean's idea as a brainstorm when he began talking about raising funds for the restoration of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki after the dropping of the atomic bombs; now it has grown into an international project.
Many strange stories have been told about the Great Dismal Swamp, but few are quite as weird as the storm of the hermit, who for years lived along in a tree-top back in the depths of this desolate wasteland.
Cameron Shipp got his start as a writer in North Carolina, and has risen from a small-town newspaper reporter to one of the best-known publicists and authors in the country.
Riding the Fantastic, Ragamuffin Riders, the DQI's, the Kooner-johns - all of these events played a prominent part in celebrating the Yuletide season many years ago.