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Encyclopedia > Mike Pegram

Mike Pegram is the owner of the 1998 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner Real Quiet.


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Original Series Episode Guide (1132 words)
The Tomorrow People take a holiday to do an archaeological survey on the planet Gallia, but while they are there they discover that the evil Kleptons have enslaved the native people, and the Tomorrow People take it upon themselves to rescue the Gallians from the mines.
Mike has a chance to make it big as a rock star, but John and Liz uncover evidence that his new manager is more than he seems to be.
Mike, while learning to fly John's glider begins to receive strange telepathic messages from an young Asian girl revered as a goddess by her people.
Horace McCoy (1492 words)
Horace McCoy was born in Pegram, Tennessee (in some sources Nashville) to parents whom he described as 'book-rich and money-poor.' McCoy was educated in schools in Nashville.
At the age of 16 he left school, and worked as a mechanic, traveling salesman, and cab driver in New Orleans' Storyville redlight district.
The protagonist, Mike Dolan, misses the old days, when "a newspaper was a newspaper and called a sonofabitch a sonofabitch..." He wants to clean the city - "and let the devil take the hindmost".
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