Was anyone else surprised by Crawford's apparently quiet fall? Vernon and Molly both made them out to be the most hardcore, badass survivalists out there who would give the Macon group the fight of their lives, yet once we actually saw inside... the whole place had gone to hell with no one outside even realizing it. I thought it was a pretty unexpected twist. Ghost Leader (talk) 22:04, March 4, 2013 (UTC)

No, I was not surprised at all. Crawford was never presented as hardcore or badass, but rather paranoid and likely ill-prepared to any kind of internal conturbation. I never though of them as particularly apt to deal with internal danger; why would they fear even having children and recovering cancer patients among them if they knew how to deal with sudden deaths? If anything, they were more vulnerable than the average. It just turned out that their leader was big on selling a particularly silly picture of "safety". Also, as either Molly or Vernom points out, their fate was all but unavoidable. Crawford was not a well-planned, well-manned fortress or anything; just a residential square with people that made silly and inconsiderate choices. LuisDantas (talk) 13:16, August 11, 2013 (UTC)

I wouldn't say they were vulnerable, they were actually doing rather well just their paraonoid behaviour caused their own demise. Also they didn't fear having chrilden or people who were ill rather they thought they were useless and just wasted resourses better spend elsewhere. it was well manned they just didn't expect one of their own to go into a phsycotic killing spree. and not well planned looked to me they were well organized, albit too organized. WalkerSniper (talk) 14:04, August 11, 2013 (UTC)

Not Crawford, Georgia, but rather a Square of Savannah

A previous revision of this article mistook the real-life Square for the same-named city in Georgia, which is about 200 miles away from Savannah. I did my best to make the information accurate without being visually unwieldly, but there are technical limits due to the template in use. Please do not revert the real-life location without a good explanation of why the real-life counterpart would be the far away city instead of the nearby square. Thanks. LuisDantas (talk) 13:05, August 11, 2013 (UTC)

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