A professionally edited few minutes of an interview with Mississippi Public Broadcasting includes the author's oral synopsis of the Ghost Cat story, A Patch of Fog.
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I answer the age-old question of why there are more Ghost Stories in the South. I fogrot to mention that Southern dirt is old dirt and it holds ghosts like toast holds butter.