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Florida’s famous swamps—from the Everglades to Mosquito Lagoon to Tate’s Hell—serve as fitting backdrops for these chilling original stories. Where else but a swamp can you find a ghost baby, or an angry specter, or a lost soul? How about a ghost who is obsessed with the ghost orchid, or an alluring snake woman? Throw in a skunk ape or two and you’ve got the ingredients for many entertaining hours sharing these stories around a campfire or reading them to yourself or out loud. Mysterious things just happen in swamps. Maybe it’s because they are often wet, shadowy places of wild beauty where few people dare to penetrate. They are havens for snakes, alligators, black bears, wildcats, and who knows what. People on the run have often hidden in swamps, while others have gotten lost in the watery expanses; the swamp can be a refuge or a nightmare. Who but a naturalist can really scare you about what lurks in the swamp? Doug Alderson has been there and knows. From the Author’s Notes at the end of each story, you can learn a thing or two about Florida’s swamps, creatures, and history, along with storytelling tips. Florida is rich in history, natural beauty, and ecological and cultural diversity. To protect what is special about our state it is important to educate the people who live here and our visitors. In this unique book you’ll find tales of mystery and intrigue interwoven with important facts and lessons of natural history.
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Pawleys Island, SC , Story: The Gray Man Tiny Pawleys Island is located in the Tidelands of Georgetown County, South Carolina. Four miles long and a quarter mile wide at its widest point, Pawleys is one of the oldest beach resorts on the East Coast. Numerous sightings of The Gray Man ghost have occurred here. The mountains, Piedmont, eastern Carolina, and the Outer Banks all provide settings for the unique and haunting accounts found in this book. Six of the stories take place in the Outer Banks—a particularly inspiring location, and the perfect place to meet the ghost on Blackbeard's last voyage.
Book title search for ghost. 55 records returned. Title Pub Year ISBN Authors/s; Ghosts and Legends of the Carolina Coasts: Zepke, Terrance: Ghosts of the Carolina Coasts Renegar, Michael; Spease, Amy: Roadside Revenants and Other North Carolina Ghosts And Legends: Renegar. The mountains, Piedmont, eastern Carolina, and the Outer Banks all provide settings for the unique and haunting accounts found in this book. Six of the stories take place in the Outer Banks--a particularly inspiring location, and the perfect place to meet the ghost on Blackbeard's last voyage.
Great book South Carolina, is full of ghosts and legends. Robert’s is an expert on SC ghost, she tells the stories of our most revered ghost, from new exciting vistas. Robert’s is an expert on SC ghost, she tells the stories of our most revered ghost, from new exciting vistas/5(3). Like many slightly pervy ghosts, he likes to mess with randy teenagers making out in their cars, though more sinister legends have him eating dogs, wandering the wind-swept roadside, and even.
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Ghosts and Legends of the Carolina Coasts, Terrance Zepke's latest in her best-selling series of ghost tales books, is, if possible, her best yet. She's evidently been poking around in some spooky places, because she's stirred-up more lively ghosts for us to love, pity, fear and, yes -always- chill to, in these twenty-eight tales and legends /5(9).
Ghosts and Legends of the Carolina Coasts, Terrance Zepke's latest in her best-selling series of ghost tales books, is, if possible, her best yet.
She's evidently been poking around in some spooky places, because she's stirred-up more lively ghosts for us to love, pity, fear and, yes -always- chill to, in these twenty-eight tales and legends /5. Most are legends that contain phrases like, "since that time people have reported," or, "shortly after that people started to." In short, most of the stories in this book are not overly convincing.
There are also numerous historical errors to be found in this book but then most people who buy this book are looking for ghosts, not history.4/4(10).
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Ghosts and Legends of the Carolina Coasts at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. Get this from a library. Ghosts & legends of the Carolina coasts.
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North Carolina Ghosts is a collection of ghost stories, legends, and folklore from the Tarheel state. We have stories from the North Carolina Mountains, the Central Piedmont, and from along the North Carolina stories are Every story presented here has been thoroughly researched.
Stories From the North Carolina Coast North Carolina's coast is filled with ghost stories and legends. Along the Outer Banks, up every inlet, through the marshes and swamps, are stories of hauntings, curses, enchantments, and pirates that live beyond the grave. 2. “Ghost Ship” Carroll A.
Deering, Dare County Though investigated by the FBI, the wreck of the Carroll A. Deering remains a Coast Guard found the ship abandoned but wasn’t able to reach it for days. When they did reach the ship, they found nearly everything missing (including all the crew), though dinner was on the stove.
Ghosts of the Carolina Coasts book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Taken from real-life occurrences and from Carolina Low /5. Restaurants near Ghosts and Legends Theatre: ( mi) SeaBlue Restaurant & Wine Bar ( mi) Villa Tuscanna ( mi) Hot Stacks Pancake House North Myrtle Beach ( mi) Jersey Mike's Subs ( mi) Z's Kitchen; View all restaurants near Ghosts and Legends Theatre on Tripadvisor $/ TripAdvisor reviews.
10 Chilling Urban Legends From North Carolina, Part One. Urban legends they ignite the storyteller in all of us. We hear them, we tell them, and soon they become stories passed down through generations. While North Carolina is full of the haunted, the weird, and the scary we also have some pretty interesting urban legends that add to the.
Lighthouse Ghosts and Carolina Coastal Legends Paperback – May 1, by Norma Elizabeth (Author), Bruce Roberts (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Reviews: 2. These 15 Terrifying Things In North Carolina May Haunt Your Dreams.
Since I was a young girl, I’ve been told the haunting stories, legends, and myths of North Carolina. It starts with grandparents or uncles trying to get a good spook in, but then, for me at least, it turned into me having to know the WHOLE story.
Winston-Salem: J.F. Blair, The book jacket says: "Once again, the North Carolina Coast is the backdrop for a collection of delightful tales by Whedbee. Outer Banks Mysteries & Seaside Stories is Whedbee's third volume in a series of books that firmly establishes him as one of the state's most famous contemporary raconteurs.
Terrance Zepke has 77 books on Goodreads with ratings. Terrance Zepke’s most popular book is Ghosts of the Carolina Coasts. Ghosts & Legends of South Carolina. Explore ghosts, legends and lore from South Carolina's past!.
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Get this from a library. Ghosts of the Carolina coasts. [Terrance Zepke] -- The Carolina coasts have spawned many restless spirits throughout their rich history.
This collection of ghost stories will fascinate believers & non-believers alike. Introduces 32 ghost stories that. Spine-chilling tales and fascinating legends from the coastal regions of North and South Carolina.
To her group of classic stories, Mrs. Roberts has added three new tales about the Carolina coastal areas. The mountains, Piedmont, eastern Carolina, and the Outer Banks all provide settings for the unique and haunting accounts found in this This collection of tales was originally published as An Illustrated Guide to Ghosts and Mysterious /5(8).Search for the Lands End Ghost that walks the Carolina coast and maybe the most famous of all, the Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp.
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