Interview with Debra Webb
QUESTION 2
MADISON DAVIS LACY:

Now, you're living in the community, you heard a lot of things about them. What did you think about their dress, the language that they used and their kind of, whole being, the way they carried themselves?

DEBRA WEBB:

Well, at first it was kind of weird but not what's called weird weird. It was just a new style, OK, a new image and, ah, that style didn't bother me because I didn't fear for them, you know. I didn't think they were going to do anything. They never seemed to harm anybody, only saw the need of help. That's all I saw or survival.