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Shannon Walsh slammed the door shut of her battered forest green Jeep Cherokee just as the setting sun slunk below the horizon She stood next to her vehicle with her hands on her hips and looked around the property unimpressed There was a shed that was falling apart a fence that was missing large sections and a faded yet intact red barn that was off in the distance She knew she should have arrived here long before the current time for the light was steadily diminishing She walked over to the shed and placed a gentle hand on the weather-beaten wood This place brought back many memories some too painful to think about It was going to be a difficult week being here She took one last look at the mountains in the distance that were shadowed by the growing darkness before climbing back into her Jeep She shifted into gear and raced down the gravel road She drove less than half a mile down the road before she pulled into a dirt driveway next to an old white farmhouse The sun had finally relinquished its last few rays of light to darkness and Shannon struggled to not trip over anything as she neared the door of the house She knocked cautiously wondering who would be here to greet her This side of her family was quite large and it could be any of her five aunts and uncles who had moved into the house A few minutes passed and nothing happened She shifted the suitcase she was holding to the other hand and went to knock again but as her hand reached the heavy wooden door it swung open with surprising forceThe woman who opened the door was quite shrewd looking and peered at Shannon through narrowed eyes Her gray hair was pulled back tightly into a bun and she wore an outfit that Shannon was sure hadnt been worn since the early
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