Rain clouds are just starting to roll in over Franconia and Chris Brooks is leading me through saplings and overgrown grass. We’re trying to find a trace of the buildings that once stood here. “It’s always hallucinogenic when I come in here, because it doesn’t look like anything I remember,” Brooks says.
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