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DAILY LEADER/ KATIE WILLIAMSON / Calvin Leggett holds a timber rattlesnake he found on Nola Road in Lincoln County Wednesday afternoon. Leggett has been catching snakes since he was eight years old even though he l lost one arm when he was 11. Friends call him the "One-handed Bandit." "A snake kisses better than a woman," Leggett jokes as he kisses the snake its the head.
DAILY LEADER/ KATIE WILLIAMSON / Calvin Leggett holds a timber rattlesnake he found on Nola Road in Lincoln County Wednesday afternoon. Leggett has been catching snakes since he was eight years old even though he l lost one arm when he was 11. Friends call him the "One-handed Bandit." "A snake kisses better than a woman," Leggett jokes as he kisses the snake its the head.

Kisses Sweeter Than Wine

Published 10:02am Thursday, August 14, 2014

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