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North Haverbrook

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North Haverbrook
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Town/City Information
Country: USA
State/Province: Springfield's state
City motto: "Where the Monorail is King!"
First appearance: "Marge vs. the Monorail"


North Haverbrook is a town located in Springfield's State, near Springfield.

History[edit]

In local history, North Haverbrook is notable for being one of the victims of Lyle Lanley's Monorail Scam. Lanley hired Sebastian Cobb to build the monorail, and then (according to Cobb) cut corners throughout the construction process, using shoddy materials. The monorail ended up with extensive faults in its brakes and wiring. It crashed on its maiden run with celebrity guest Gallagher on board, injuring many people. The aftermath of the monorail disaster destroyed North Haverbrook's economy and left it resembling a ghost town.[1]

North Haverbrook after its recovery from the monorail disaster.
However, the town is also famous for exacting vengeance on Lyle Lanley. He was on a flight to Tahiti, having just sold another faulty monorail to Springfield, when his plane made an unscheduled stop at North Haverbrook. An angry group of townspeople, evidently alerted to his arrival (presumably by Marge, who had discovered Lanley's scam), was waiting at the airport and boarded the plane as soon as it came to a stop on the tarmac. At the very least, they savagely beat up Lanley as he was heard screaming and the plane was seen rocking back and forth. Lanley's fate is unknown, but as he was never heard from again, two possibilities may have occurred; he was either beaten to death by the angry mob, or he was may have been handed over to the authorities and sent to jail for fraud and grand theft.[1]

Soon after, North Haverbrook recovered from the monorail disaster, transforming from a virtual ghost town back into a flourishing community.[2] It is assumed that this happened due to, in addition to beating and possibly killing Lanley, the townspeople also took the $3 million that he had swindled out of Springfield, using the money to revive their economy and rebuild their town.

Points of interest[edit]

The ruins of the North Haverbrook monorail.

Points of interest in North Haverbrook include the following:

  • The ruins of the monorail.[1]
  • The world's largest moon-bounce castle.[2]
  • A zoo with fighting animals.[2]
  • A drive-in movie theater.[2]

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