KILLER ON THE ROAD II 

KILLER ON THE ROAD II

A Knoxville news station reporting on the ongoing cleanup of Memphis' old defense depot reports that Jim Morrison, a state environmental project manager, wants to institute a plan involving microorganisms that help Mother Earth to mend herself. Morrison says the new technology is less costly and more efficient than old methods. Morrison has also been quoted as saying, "Indians scattered on dawn's highway bleeding, ghosts crowd the young boy's fragile eggshell mind."

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