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I reckon you could impress me by contributing to it. Don't be shy now.
It appears that the shack's two young residents, whose corpses the player can find on and near the bed, may have died of either starvation or dehydration. In the nightstand, the player can find a letter entitled 'Letter to Glen and Eddie from Momma,' in which the mother explains to her two sons that she's "gone to track down those men and get our money back" and instructs them to keep the door locked no matter who comes knocking. She informs the two boys that there is enough food and water for four days, but that she should be home by the next night. As the two boys are dead when the player finds the shack and the door is still locked, it seems that something prevented the mother from coming back, resulting in the death of the children.
- The Cigarette Card for Edwin A. Rowe can be found on the windowsill inside. The one for Capt. Jack Page is on another (they may also both be found on the southeast windowsill).
- Otis Miller and the Arabian Prince can be found on the nightstand.
- Due west of here, about halfway to the river, a dreamcatcher can be found.