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Sources for Dollop # 62 - John Brinkley

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Dollop # 63 - Removed


Sources for Dollop # 64 - Fans of Philadelphia

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Sources for Dollop # 65 - William Shy


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Sources for Dollop # 66 - Tong Wars

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Sources for Dollop # 67 - Bummer and Lazarus


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Sources for Dollop # 68 - Centralia


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Sources for Dollop # 69 - Elmer McCurdy


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Sources for Dollop # 70 - Anthony Comstock

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Sources for Dollop # 71 - The Spite Fence


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Sources for Dollop # 72 - The Hanford Site

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Sources for Dollop # 73 - Mike The Chicken

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Sources for Dollop # 74 - Porter Rockwell

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Sources for Dollop # 75 - Arthur Phillip and New South Wales 


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Sources for Dollop #76 - Australian Exorcists


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Sources for Dollop # 77 - Thomas Kinkade

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Sources Dollop # 78 - The Dark Secret of Swimming Pools


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Sources for Dollop #79 - New Australia


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Sources for Dollop #80 - Hollow Earth

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