Laughter breaks out yet again. "It's just a story I heard long ago;
it's just a really cool, eerie lake, and some stuff I heard and some stuff I
just make up. I tend to do that," Lewis explains about the watering hole
where his family used to hang out and barbecue. "They dammed up this big
river up there, and it's got all these spooky names like Hell's Gate. It's
Okay, no real vampire, but is there a real stalker in Tyler, Texas?
"Yeah, I was down there for Thanksgiving, and after the family got
through talking about who died and who's got cancer and all those things that families talk about, they started talking about this guy who was peeping in windows and started breaking into people's houses," Lewis recalls.
"Stealing their beer," Darrel interjects.
"He'd go out of his way to be seen. And everyone is like armed to the
teeth, and he's like tapping on windows," Lewis says. "The whole family was
freaked out about it."
"And he became like a folk hero," Herbert exclaims.