Tag: Cobb's Corners

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  • Joe Harlow

    Joe Harlow 58) is the truck driver for the expedition; very little hair left on his head and what he has is short, wispy, and as white as snow. Always dressed in a buttoned-up work shirt, faded bib overalls, and a ratty straw hat. It’s difficult to tell …

  • Cobb's Corners Public Library

    The library is a single story wooden building, painted brown once or twice but now weathered with age. Two windows overlook a ground level porch, complete with awning, and two recently painted, green metal benches. The librarian is [[Mable Carruthers]] …

  • Cobb's Corners Sheriff's Station

    This building has no frills or unnecessary adornments. The jail is single story in height, composed of thick brick walls, barred windows, institutional green paint, and three Spartan cells. The central work area has two large desks, several filing …

  • Jim's Grill

    Owned by [[Jim Haggerty]] and his wife [[Ann Haggerty]], this small diner is the only restaurant in town. Well lit with clean and whitewashed walls, the diner smells of good food. Six round tables dominate the floor, with several smaller booths lining the …

  • Karner's Goods

    This old fashioned, quite long but very narrow, wooden building is home to the local general store. Immediately beyond the front door sits one of the Karner family, behind a short table with an old cash register at one end. Shelves lined with goods …

  • Cobb's Corners Civil War Memorial

    In the center of town stands a granite statue of a young man in the uniform of a Union solider from the Civil War. This soldier’s clothes are torn and ragged, his head bandaged and his left arm in a sling, yet he still has a proud, determined look on his …

  • Cobb's Corners School

    The school is a one-room building, painted bright red, with a bell out front to ring for the start of class. Twelve desks are lined up in four rows, two seats to a desk. The inside walls are covered with maps, student artwork, and a large chalkboard. …

  • Office of the Cobb's Corners Gazette

    The Gazette is the office and home of [[Richard Wendell]], editor, photographer, and sole reporter for the newspaper The building is two stories tall, the living quarters being located upstairs and the office occupying the ground floor. Three large …

  • Mable Carruthers

    Mable Carruthers (52), kind hearted librarian A kindly lady, gray hair always tied up tight in a bun, and pale blue-green eyes. She wears long dark dresses and keeps her fingernails short (for better book sorting). She has a slight Yankee accent and a …

  • Sheriff Dan Spenser

    Sheriff Dan Spenser (40), puritanical lawman Well-built, with muscles easily seen through his shirt. Dark blue piercing eyes sit beneath jet black hair; a streak of gray hair runs along his left side. His face is craggy, leathery, and aged beyond his …

  • Deputy John Cutter

    Deputy John Cutter (20) At a glance, Deputy Cutter could easily be mistaken for somebody two or three years younger than his twenty years; that is, until they notice the corded muscles of his arms and shoulders, and the whip crack of authority that …

  • Richard Wendell

    Richard Wendell (35), nosey small-town reporter Average in almost every way possible regarding height, weight, and facial features Brown hair and eyes He is the kind of person whose name is always forgotten, whose face is never remembered, and whose …

  • Reverend Earl Wilson

    Rev. Earl Wilson (43), dogmatic zealot An imposing figure; above average height and build, his powerful physique gives the impression that, were he to wrestle the Devil, Old Scratch just might lose. His blue eyes squint, his hair is a prematurely gray, …

  • Holly Rydell

    Holly Rydell (31), pretty schoolteacher A striking lady with auburn, shoulder-length hair and brown eyes. She always dresses in flowery, frilly dresses extending down to her ankles. Even outside of her school she is usually seen clutching a bundle of …

  • Maclearen Farmhouse

    The farmhouse is a two story unsightly eyesore surrounded by thigh-high grasses. Behind the farm, large Sugar Maples grow where once corn or wheat held sway. Within the house a few unbroken chairs sit facing one another before a brick fireplace in which …