Barely, Missouri is no more unusual or special than a thousand other small towns scattered across the country. Hidden in hard-to-find places, they all possess histories nobody remembers, a present no one outside the town limits cares about, and a future that, for all intents and purposes, does not exist. But for those that live there, it is “home.” And that is enough.
A town, after all, is not just a collection of buildings and streets. It is a community of people. And anywhere people have lived, loved, and died there are stories to tell; tales that define the town and the folks who have given it life.
These are some of their stories.
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