Franklin Graham and his father, Billy Graham, the world-famous Charlotte-born evangelist. He will turn 98 in November and still lives in his mountaintop home in Montreat.
Franklin Graham and his father, Billy Graham, the world-famous Charlotte-born evangelist. He will turn 98 in November and still lives in his mountaintop home in Montreat. TODD SUMLIN
Franklin Graham and his father, Billy Graham, the world-famous Charlotte-born evangelist. He will turn 98 in November and still lives in his mountaintop home in Montreat. TODD SUMLIN

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