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I had read a fantastic fiction book prior to coming here (The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld). Rene is a mitigation investigator in real life. These investigators are employed by capital punishment lawyers to dig very deep into the defendant's background- eg childhood abuse. This is a huge part of a capital case. It is used to try and convince the jury (who, having convicted the defendant, then sit on a trial to decide sentence - how is this just?!), not ...
... one guy in period garb) sitting around, their chairs in a circle in the gift shop, chewing the fat. Awesome. (For the Catholic nerds: the city was named after Charles Borromeo.)
The historic portion of St. Charles is charming. Think: Old Town Alexandria, Jr. They even have a knock off of the Torpedo Factory – theirs is a converted rail car factory. It was very cute, yet I have my doubts ...
Thinking that driving in St. Louis would be a traumatic experience we expected the worst, but we were pleasantly surprised when we drove directly to our destination without any wrong turns or fights. And free parking for RV's right by the Gateway Arch and parallel to the Mississippi, sweet!
Since the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial is right underneath the Arch we took ...
... to put the Kentucky sticker on our map.
Next state - Illinois. We drove through Illinois for almost two hours and saw... a lot of fields. I'm sure there are much better things to see in the state, just not on the route we took. For all the fields we saw, and the miles we drove we added Illinois to our map.
Just as we crossed over the river separating Illinois and Missouri, the St. Louis Arch came into view. Parking again ...
... when in fact he was not. The boys were not paid for singing either - instead they were being used while the corrupt businessman accepted all the profits from the events. When not performing they were made to manual labor with no pay.
After a while the young Zambian boys started to catch on, and they were raising their concerns to the leader. For this, the leader called the INS in order to have the objecting boys ...