'Toy Man' of Grapevine streets inspired curiosity in life, eulogies in death, but few really knew...
There are 3 comments on the The Dallas Morning News story from Feb 17, 2010, titled 'Toy Man' of Grapevine streets inspired curiosity in life, eulogies in death, but few really knew.... In it, The Dallas Morning News reports that:
If the Toy Man was a curiosity in life, he became a legend after his death. A scruffy, kindly codger, he'd been spotted everywhere from Grapevine to Roanoke on his endless walks, always dragging some plaything behind him - a toy truck, a stuffed dog.
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#1 Feb 22, 2010
... or a firetruck. I loved this old man and only talked to him once. He went out of his way to make your day better. This is the medicine that every Southlake person needs on a daily basis.
#2 Mar 16, 2010
this old man was a lunatic, tried to kill a police officer, theif....come on now.
#3 Jul 6, 2010
where did you get this intel? pretty sure he didnt attempt to kill anyone...
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