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On 1/29/2019 at 9:32 AM, LIkeEveryOne said:

Characters to date: 

 

Casey Jones 

Mr. Lot

Botticelli’s Niece

Wolfman Jack

Chet 

Murphy 

Maggie

Ramblin Jack Elliott

Billy DeLions

Bertha

Mona Lisa

Cosmic Charlie

Doo Daaah Man

Sweet Ruby Claire

Mama

Good Morning Mr. Benson

Black-eyed Girls

Cherise

Peggy-O

William Tell

August West

Ramblin’ Rose

Stella Blue 

Cowboy Neal Cassidy 

Stagger Lee

Delilah Jones

Lulu my Lulu

Jack a Roe

Tennessee Jed

Jack Straw (from Wichita) 

Anne Marie

Loose Lucy

Althea

Woodcutter’s Daughter

Rosalee McFall

Pearly Baker

Sugar Magnolia

Bobby McGee

Black Peter 

Uncle John

Tom Banjo

Queen of Diamonds

The Crow 

My Uncle

Majordomo 

Billy Bojangles

Jack the Ripper

My Dog

Dupree

Alligator 🐊

Annie

Joe Brown

Frankenstein 

Mary Shelley

Felina

Louise

Operator

Shannon

Catfish John (a river hobo)

Jack the Sailor 

A Soldier

Samson

The Teller

Mr. Charlie

An Engineer ( with a Monkey)

Sweet Susie

Brown-Eyed-Women

The Maker

Elmer

Brother Esau 

Rubin

Uncle Sam

Alabama

Bonnie Lee

Lady with a Fan

Melinda

Matilda

West Texas Cowboy

Shannon

Billy Jean

My son

Felina

Estimated Prophet

You

August West

Jack Kerouac

Quinn (the Eskimo )

Mr. Fantasy

Mama

Cain

Abel

Lord

Preacher Man

Sweet Jane

Werewolves

St Stephen

The preacher man's little girl

Miss Brown

Mathematicians and carpenter's wives

Johanna

Aliice D. Millionare

Felina (x2) A wife in Chino,

one in Cherokee

Sugaree

Big Boss Man

China Doll

Wharf Rat

My Spy Boy

HE was a friend of mine

Saturday's child all grown

Pinstripe Bosses

Spanish Lady

Mason

Clementine

A band beyond description!

 Abraham

 

Continuation of LIkeEveryOne's thread

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