Let's look at it as a "highway to hell" in the wake of the Austin bombings and a quick reflection on its troublesome history.
Other items that Jenny Almond and Tom Mellett have noted should be added to the map include:
~ The Alamo, The Battle of the Alamo, San Antonio, February 23 – March 6, 1836;
~ The Ebola outbreak at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas, October 12, 2014;
Considering how finite the limits of Almond map are, it is intriguing to note how many of the Boyms' "Buildings of Disaster" are represented on her graph.
Interstate 29 and Interstate 35, described by the Ministry of Transportation for the province of Alberta as the "NAFTA superhighway."
For example, notice Ardmore, Oklahoma is on I-35. That's the childhood home of James Shelby Downard, which blogger Matt Forney wrote was "a town straight out of a David Lynch movie: wholesome on the outside but hiding deep dark secrets."
Between 1967 and 1972, "The Enema Bandit" (see Michael H. Kenyon) terrorized Norman, Oklahoma (which sits right on I-35).
The I-35 corridor in this part of the country may be "Satan's Parking Lot," after all.