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New South Haverford is known for its extravagant displays
of tulips in the springtime, and a good portion of its
tourist trade relies on the people who come from as far as
New Hampshire to see what has been estimated as up to two
hundred thousand tulips that bloom in April and May.
Or at least the tourists had been flocking to New South
Haverford until last week, when over the course of three
days the flower of each and every tulip in the town was
neatly clipped off while the town slept.
“It started at the south end of town,” said Augustin Frouf,
a retired ladder-maker who has personally planted over five
hundred pink lily-flowered tulips. “They hit the houses up
on Elm Street, and moved down into town from there. After
the second night, we tried keeping guard. We tried bright
lights, dogs, everything. There was always something that
pulled us away, and by the time we got back, they were all
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