U.S. fascinated with Hatfields-McCoys feud

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U.S. fascinated with Hatfields-McCoys feud

Doyle Van Meter, left, dressed as Randall McCoy, and Jerry Akers, right, as Devil Anse Hatfield, pose with runners after they finish the Hatfield-McCoy Marathon last month in Williamson, W.V. A miniseries about the feud between the two families has ignited interest that officials in West Virginia and Kentucky hope to capitalize on.
Descendants of the Hatfields try to hold on during a tug o’ war contest last month at the Hatfield-McCoy Reunion on the banks of the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River separating West Virginia and eastern Kentucky in Matewan, W.V. The McCoys won the challenge this year.
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U.S. fascinated with Hatfields-McCoys feud

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Doyle Van Meter, left, dressed as Randall McCoy, and Jerry Akers, right, as Devil Anse Hatfield, pose with runners after they finish the Hatfield-McCoy Marathon last month in Williamson, W.V. A miniseries about the feud between the two families has ignited interest that officials in West Virginia and Kentucky hope to capitalize on.
Descendants of the Hatfields try to hold on during a tug o’ war contest last month at the Hatfield-McCoy Reunion on the banks of the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River separating West Virginia and eastern Kentucky in Matewan, W.V. The McCoys won the challenge this year.
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