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EUGENE and THE HAUNTED TRAIN BRIDGE & OTHER FOLLIES Reagan was President and Lambert McChesney, like many kids his age, knew the threat of nuclear war and the proverbial doomsday scenario that hung over his head. With imminent death just a push of a button away, the risk of being chased by the police didn't seem all that frightening for an adolescent boy in the 1980s. In f EUGENE and THE HAUNTED TRAIN BRIDGE & OTHER FOLLIES Reagan was President and Lambert McChesney, like many kids his age, knew the threat of nuclear war and the proverbial doomsday scenario that hung over his head. With imminent death just a push of a button away, the risk of being chased by the police didn't seem all that frightening for an adolescent boy in the 1980s. In fact, it was something to be desired, especially being chased by the Preston Point Police, a.k.a., the Pee-Pee PD. Yet even more ominous than being chased by the cops was the thought of walking across the alleged haunted railroad bridge in the middle of the night. These are the adventures and follies of Lambert McChesney, his brother Chip, and their cohorts when Reagan was king and God was in his heaven and all was well with the world. So it seemed and so they believed. Eugene and the Haunted Train Bridge & Other Follies is a hodge-podge of metaphysical dialogue, sin and grace, near occasions of sin, and the habitual running to and fro indicative of human nature.


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EUGENE and THE HAUNTED TRAIN BRIDGE & OTHER FOLLIES Reagan was President and Lambert McChesney, like many kids his age, knew the threat of nuclear war and the proverbial doomsday scenario that hung over his head. With imminent death just a push of a button away, the risk of being chased by the police didn't seem all that frightening for an adolescent boy in the 1980s. In f EUGENE and THE HAUNTED TRAIN BRIDGE & OTHER FOLLIES Reagan was President and Lambert McChesney, like many kids his age, knew the threat of nuclear war and the proverbial doomsday scenario that hung over his head. With imminent death just a push of a button away, the risk of being chased by the police didn't seem all that frightening for an adolescent boy in the 1980s. In fact, it was something to be desired, especially being chased by the Preston Point Police, a.k.a., the Pee-Pee PD. Yet even more ominous than being chased by the cops was the thought of walking across the alleged haunted railroad bridge in the middle of the night. These are the adventures and follies of Lambert McChesney, his brother Chip, and their cohorts when Reagan was king and God was in his heaven and all was well with the world. So it seemed and so they believed. Eugene and the Haunted Train Bridge & Other Follies is a hodge-podge of metaphysical dialogue, sin and grace, near occasions of sin, and the habitual running to and fro indicative of human nature.

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