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Headed to Smiths Grove...

Postby Loogs » Thu Aug 16, 2012 10:17 pm

...the real Smiths Grove :axe:

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  • Smiths Grove, located in Kentucky, the inspiring source which supplied a now-infamous name for a key location that housed an evil for 15 years, not far from...
  • Bowling Green, John Carpenter's hometown & also the naming source which gave musical performance credit to The Bowling Green Philharmonic Orchestra. This "orchestra" was simply comprised of John Carpenter & Dan Wyman primarily, and can also refer to the John Carpenter, Tommy Wallace & Nick Castle trio, heard briefly on Annie's Monte Carlo radio. Maybe the The Coupe De Villes could have made it big in...
  • Nashville, aka "Music City", my actual destination, had their film careers not expanded :rolleyes:

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Rumor has it KY 101, "Main Street" locally, was closed every Halloween night for years, thanks to a certain popular film :wink:

...but nothing completed this brush with H1 more than coming home to shipping boxes with return addresses from Nick Mulpagano & Chris Zephro; my season has officially begun :rock: :rock:
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Re: Headed to Smiths Grove...

Postby slasher75 » Fri Aug 17, 2012 3:44 am

Interesting. :)
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Re: Headed to Smiths Grove...

Postby MusicCityTN » Fri Aug 17, 2012 5:15 am

Welcome to "ME"!

But seriously, if you want to know any good restaurants, bars, etc. to go to while you're here...just ask.

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Re: Headed to Smiths Grove...

Postby sxe458 » Fri Aug 17, 2012 12:56 pm

Love passing these signs everyday! It never gets old. Out here there is also Hardin Memorial Hospistal which has the same HMH logo as in H2. When I go to the doctors office and see HMH plastered everywhere I get a chuckle. Hardin County also seems to pop up on the news in my area. Its pretty cool.
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Re: Headed to Smiths Grove...

Postby DAN CHALLIS » Fri Aug 17, 2012 7:03 pm

Great read and images here...
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Re: Headed to Smiths Grove...

Postby Loogs » Tue Aug 21, 2012 8:34 pm

Jake, Nashville was pretty entertaining! I bet you're never bored :wink: It's definitely a hub of many motives & businesses, I was able to get just a flavor of it all. I randomly bumped into Hayden Panettiere, who was filming an episode of "Nashville". She was totally hammered :lol:

sxe, that's pretty awesome about HMH. Hah, I didn't realize the small namedrop of Hardin County by Alice Martin in H2 originates right nearby this epicenter of influence. It's a small world, eh?

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