Our short story was written by Hartgrove writer Barkley Johnson. He tells the story of Dottie Wyndham.
“Dottie Wyndham had died some years before I arrived in the village,” reads Barkley. “But her presence lingered on, in any use of her name as a comparison by those villagers who had known her. Someone was worse than, as bad as, or demonstrating some similarity. It was something that bonded the older inhabitants, as the incomers didn’t know what they were talking about.”