On August 17, 1932, people used an “old wives tale” to find a boy’s body who drowned in the South Fork of the Sangamon River. They used his undershirt and dropped it into the river in the area where he went in. The shirt went thirty feet down the river and sank. There, the researchers found the boy’s body.
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Tracie Hicks is a Speculative Fiction. You can read her work at Coffee House Writers, where she is an editor. Tracie has an Associate of Arts degree in Communications from UoPX. Bachelor and Master of Arts degree in Creative Writing (focused on fiction and screenwriting) from SNHU. She wrapped up her education with an MFA in Creative Writing from SNHU. She is working on two books and one short story collection. You can read her work at tlhicks.me View all posts by T.L. Hicks