Olde English Bow Hunting

North Carolina recently authorized the bow-hunting of 65 deer at the Governors Club development, where homes average more than $1 million and are a quarter mile apart. Mr. Chauncy W. Raleigh, chairman of the Old England Bow-Hunter’s Club located at Tallyrand Estates NEAR the Governor’s Club, joins DSI Witness News to explain the majesty of the hunt. Kit FitzSimons, Molly Buckley.

4 Comments

  1. PAUL SCHWENKE says:

    Outstanding!!! Please keep it going. This one is fodder for at least 10 or 20 more of these. How about one on GC residents not qualifying for venison food stamps. Love you. Your my best new website.

  2. Jill Friedlander says:

    Never heard anything more hillarious, but unfortunatley accurate. Please keep up the good work and keep this issue /story going.

  3. Molly says:

    @Paul – @Jill – Thank you so much! We are glad you loved it!

  4. prairie dog says:

    This is a stitch. I suggest for your next “interview” that you consider discussing the “survey” that led us to this point in time. 23% of the total neighborhood is in favor of deer hunting. The balance have either voted “no” or are undecided and have not voted at all. The POA sees THAT as a majority…and moved ahead. I suggest this is new math. My guess is that you can have some fun with that one.