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This made a big impression on me in the early '50s, when I was about 8 years old; I won't recommend it; dry as it is around here, one might set the world afire............to get rid of groundhogs or foxes, my Grand-dad would catch a terrapin, somehow attach a piece of wire to his rear-end (either to back leg, or through hole in shell), tie a coal-oil soaked rag to the wire, light it and put him into the hole. Whatever lived there would come out the exit hole to face a shotgun.
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