The Black Hills, Part V: Goofy Custer

The men who made their nation. The man who lost his. The Black Hills of South Dakota contain monuments to all these legacies. As well as to whorehouse cat-fights:

A Working Girl and a Madame

The outdoors play, put on by the by a local playhouse a block from the Chamber of Commerce, ended with a shoot-out.

A Corrupt Sheriff Bites the Dust

Because, you know, that sort of thing doesn’t happen in the Hills anymore.

If dens of ill repute are too much to stomach, Custer also contains a hyper-realistic re-creation of the late Pleistocene age, near the end of humanity’s Era of Evolutionary Adaptation

If Only We Could Somehow Re-‘Animate’ The Dwellers Of This Town…

Relics exist of their communication tools — but who were these “hand-axes for talking” actually used?

The Mystery in the Flint

We may never know.

The Black Hills, a tdaxp series
0. Pierre
1. Crazy Horse
2. Custer State Game Lodge
3. Blue Bell Lodge
4. Mount Rushmore
5. Goofy Custer
6. The Badlands

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