Anyway, this Moore fellow somehow charmed the pants off Hannibal, because look what happened:
departing Hannibal, Moore was given an opportunity only one other
person in roughly the past century has had - spend the night in the
Mark Twain Boyhood Home..."It was incredible. It was quite literally
the time of my life. I just had an incredible time," he said,
estimating he slept five hours. "It's one thing to read the books, but
to actually read the book inside that (Samuel Clemens') bedroom..."
He's now apparently heading for St. Louis - should we let him sleep up in the Arch? He is, after all, from CNN....
3) America's Most Wanted to Feature Cold Case File from Missouri's Bootheel
National T.V. has also come to town way down river. This Saturday, America's Most Wanted will be featuring the unsolved 1998 double murder of a mother and daughter in Portageville, Missouri (south of New Madrid) and its connection to a different murder in Greenville, South Carolina.