Lockport is a small (tiny, tiny, tiny) town on the western side of the Kentucky River in Henry County, KY. Kentucky River Lock #2 is there, hence the town's name. The closest major town would probably be Frankfort (our state's capital). I know of it mainly because some of my "ancestors" (great-great grandparents?) come from there. The green star marks where Lockport is in relation to the bigger area cities. Friday (10/24/2014) afternoon, some people fishing near the lock found a severed arm on the riverbank. It was in the area somewhere around "C" and "D" on this blow-up of Lockport. The arm had apparently been in the river for a bit. It was decomposed enough that they couldn't tell the race. They "think" it is a woman's arm due to artificial fingernails. (slightly off-topic) My friend spent about a half-hour (maybe longer) berating me via text messages last night because I'd told him "They found a woman's arm in Lockport." He said that it could have been a drag queen or transsexual because they wear press-on nails, too. I just took it in stride because I'm used to him trying to start arguments so that there will be something to argue about. I mean, really... WHO CARES if it was a man's arm, woman's arm or something in-between's arm? It was a severed HUMAN ARM that washed up on the side bleep-ing river!