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CROOKED HOLLOW. Crooked Hollow, a valley in southwestern McCulloch County, begins about eight miles north of the Calf Creek community (at 31°06' N, 99°29' W) and runs northeast for seven miles to a point five miles west of Brady (at 31°08' N, 99°25' W). An intermittent stream runs through the hollow, carrying water from an elevation of 1,950 feet above mean sea level to Brady Reservoir, which stands at 1,750 feet.

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