“From her front porch in Reserve, Louisiana, Mary Hampton looks in every direction and sees ghosts. To her left is her brother Fred’s home. He died from cancer. On the right is another brother’s home. His wife, Olga Mae, she died from cancer too. Across the street? A neighbor who died from cancer just a couple of months ago. The list goes on and on.” Residents of a community called Reserve are victims of the highest cancer rates in the country, 50 times the national average. This is Cancer Town. A small town, a chemical plant, and the residents’ desperate fight for clear air.