To Kill a Mockingbird

why are the children so facinated with the radleys

in the book to kill a mockingbird

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The Radley's are an enigma in Maycomb. There is a history to the family that the town has deemed as sordid. They keep to themselves which further fuels the fascination and imaginations of people in this small town.

Children especially use the Radley's secrecy as a source for ghost stories that excite their imaginations.