The concrete silo on the farm where one of the Philly police posse meets his death by being smothered with shelled corn released from overhead by Book makes for great imagery. However, these silos hold either finely chopped corn (silage) or chopped grass (haylage) which is then forked or pitched out of doors that are located where Book climbed up the silo. These silos are not used for overhead storage of shelled corn.
Contributed by: Bob Cranston
Kelly is told that the train to Baltimore will be late, but all of the trains on the schedule board (including the southbound trains that would stop in Baltimore) are running on time.
The schedule board is different the first time Samuel looks at the man standing at the board from the second time you see the board just 3 seconds later.