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Being openly gay in certain parts of the United States has always been dangerous.
And for two men living in rural Georgia, this was proven true one night in 1982.
Today, nature has reclaimed scene of a horrific crime, swallowing up the traces of human habitation on Taylor Ridge.
But the exact events surrounding the deaths of Charles Scudder and Joseph Odom still are topics of debate and angry words around Summerville, Georgia.
The night I finished writing it, I’m not ashamed to admit that I slept with the lights on.The combination of a gruesome murder scene and a creepy, isolated, haunted building ruin chilled me to the core.I don’t know how much of it was my imagination having spent weeks immersed in the details of the incident, but I never felt alone while writing the chapter. Charles Scudder was a professor of pharmacology at Loyola University in Chicago, a widowed father to four boys.He lived with his two dogs and a “quiet feminine” man named Joseph Odom.A fifth-grade dropout having spent several years on the wrong side of the law, Odom served as a housekeeper and “companion” for Scudder.