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#Fangathon2012 Day 8 (via @QueenFaeMab)

A tribute to my real life hometown of Lake Charles, LA First thing is the song titled Lake Charles by Lucinda Williams. I don’t recall this song being played on the show, but it’s on the True Blood soundtrack. It’s easily one of my favorites. LYRICS: He had a reason to get back to Lake Charles He used to talk about it, he’d just go on and on He always said Louisiana was where he felt at home He was born in Nacogdoches That’s in East Texas not far from the border But he liked to tell everybody he was from Lake Charles Did an angel whisper in your ear And hold you close and take away your fear In those long last moments? We used to drive through Lafayette and Baton Rouge In a yellow Camino listening to howling wolf He liked to stop in Lake Charles ‘Cause that’s the place he loved Did you run about as far as you could go? Down the Louisiana highway across Lake Ponchartrain Now your soul is in Lake Charles no matter what they say Did an angel whisper in your ear And hold you close and take away your fear In those long last moments? He had a reason to get back to Lake Charles He used to talk about it, he’d just go on and on He always said Louisianan was where he felt at home Did an angel whisper in your ear And hold you close and take away your fear In those long last moments? Did an angel whisper in your ear And hold you close and take away your fear In those long last moments? In those long last moments Second is one particular scene in season 3 is when Crystal Norris is in Hot Shot with Jason and she’s wearing a yellow t-shirt. If you look closely, her shirt reads: Lake Charles, LA and has a graphical design of the I-10 bridge. I was amazed to see her wearing it since True Blood has never filmed here and my city has never been mentioned on the show. I have looked and looked for her t-shirt, but never found it anywhere. ((This is the best photo I could take of my tv screen.))

via #Fangathon2012 Day 8

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