the legend of sneakers on a wire

We've all seen 'em before. Sneakers hanging suspiciously from power lines and telephone wires in city, suburban and rural neighborhoods alike. We've all asked someone about them, pondering their deeper meaning. And we've all heard the stories: they mark drug dealer hotspots, they represent dead gang members, they're mafia related... and so on.

Thankfully, So Closer productions is on the case with this compelling documentary made up of donated photos, videos, stories and call-ins.

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At 1:45 PM, Anonymous Shane Boyd said...
Can you imagine what people 100 years from now are going to say about this fad? Too funny. Thanks for reporting on I won't have to.


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