I have driven past this spot for years, even before the put the little white pagoda on top of it. There is a beautiful little church nearby and if you make the right turns in this area you'll find Mark of the Potter which is my usual destination. I am very glad they finally came up with a story for this place. It was a tourist opportunity just waiting to happen. The good folks that thought this story up weren't going to let this place "go unknown" forever. So now we have the Romeo and Juliet Indian Mound tragedy where no doubt the forbidden lovers hurled themselves the six feet to the ground smashing their bodies in the lush grass below. I truly commend the originator of this idea. I covet the originality of your mind. I do hope we meet some day. In the meantime why don't you discuss the four foot piranhas off the balcony at the Mark of the Potter where the innately rude yankee threw their innately rude, yankee child off the balcony to be devoured by the corn hungry trout to the cheers of a crowd of true Southerners. Or the ghost in the little white church that shines a light back at you if you shine a light at one of its mirrored windows. Or the empty tube that floats down the Chattahoochie during the tubing season ridden by the ghost of the tuber that was devoured by the 4 inch trout released into the river too soon and way too hungry. How about pitching those?
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