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H. Hunter Durham, Esq. thinks Mystery Varmint Ol' Rob

Written after taking own deposition upon reading - CM suspects: Comments re photo 71828 Varmintology Mystery Whose home is this

By Hunter Durham

It is the old "Hole in the Wall Gang' consisting of the Hoop Snake an the Varmint Animal of the Past. --HUNTER DURHAM

Thanks, Hunter Durham - Though we'll keep on taking more answers - and don't know the answer short of Blake Hunter camping out on Green Hills Bridge and watching to see "Whose House this is," this is a very good answer in addition to the Mammoth Groundhog suggestion from Joyce M. Coomer.

It is a bit esoteric, though, as only people Out of Warranty remember the Varmint Animal of the past, Ol' Rob, the graverobber who terrorized Adair County until ACSO Deputy Orville Mann ordered the late varmintologists Dr. Billy K Neat and Pete Walker to kill it off.

And many do not have your background as a Boy Scout, Royal Ambassador, Early Explorer of Yellowstone National Park who surved earthquakes to return to Adair County with the perils thereof. - EW

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