Hogyson Place

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Hogyson Place

Miltown [92,95]

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Basic Info:

  • A Street is a city block containing no buildings or monuments. There are a variety of other names besides Street including Alley, Avenue, Boulevard, Drive, Grove, Lane, Row, Square, Walk, Place, etc.
  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.
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Description

Hogyson Place is a street in the South of Miltown, a suburb of Malton.

Once a popular place for people to meet and relax, Hogyson Place was fully of eateries cafes, now it is a deserted area where the dead meet before they move to St. Francis's Hospital to eat the survivors inside.

It is also one of five places in Miltown to have a billboard present, this particular billboard used to show local artists latest pieces.

History

A rare photograph of the so called "Hoggy Son"

It is believed that in 1980 the Place was thus named because of the rather unfortunate nature of the son of famous resident Sir Dick Longman, a Sergeant in the Vietnam War. The story goes that Sir Longman's son was born with 16 toes...on each foot, as well as a snout for a nose and a curly tail. Longman kept his son locked away in his basement and the boy's existence was a subject of much discussion by the nosy townsfolk of Miltown. One day, while leaving his house on his way to work at Longman Electric, Longman was barged aside by his deranged son who ran out of the door and into the street (then named Fuckshit Place) completely naked. The townspeople saw the son and quickly documented his hideous features using a range of media. Dick Longman didn't flinch one bit and instead walked quickly to his son, picked him up and took him back inside. The child was never seen again.

Another possible reason for the odd name of the location is that the first Asian to visit the site was named Ho, Son of Gy.

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