Thirteen Terrifying Tales From The North Carolina Piedmont

Author: Leslie B. Rindoks
Publisher: John F Blair Pub
ISBN: 9780978934200
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Thirteen Terrifying Tales From The North Carolina Piedmont from the Author: Leslie B. Rindoks. Here are 13 tales of haunted roads, mysterious lights, strange sightings, and a lingering curse stories about places we know (Queen City s South Blvd., Lake Norman, Cornelius, and Wilson Creek to name a few) from storytellers that hail from North Carolina s Piedmont: from Charlotte and Concord, to Mooresville and Winston-Salem. Surprisingly, not all these stories take place in the dead of night. Two writers share stories about Uncle Ed, whose ghost makes his presence felt at all hours of the day. Robert Troutman Brawley writes of the gentle spirit of Old Ben who appears at the crack of dawn. There are also youthful memories from Larry Douglas Starnes and Jeff L. Shook, and mid-life musings from poet and author Joyce Marie Sheldon. For animal lovers, there are a couple of dogs (one frisky and one savage), a fateful cat that lures lost drivers off the road, and a flock of vultures."

Ghosts Of Virginia S Tidewater

Author: L.B. Taylor Jr.
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625841698
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Ghosts Of Virginia S Tidewater from the Author: L.B. Taylor Jr.. The putrid estuaries of the Great Dismal Swamp and the colonial mansions of Tidewater Virginia provide a chilling setting for tales of the mysterious and strange. From the ghost of Jefferson Davis's iron-willed widow who walks the dank corridors of Fort Monroe to the restless presence of Cornwallis's soldiers killed at the Battle of Yorktown, the region is rife with eerie tales of the tragic and unexplained. Paranormal expert and author L.B. Taylor Jr. revisits classic ghost stories from his collection and introduces readers to thirteen terrifying new tales. Join Taylor as he travels forgotten country lanes and dark waterways in search of the spirits of Virginia's haunted shores.

Ghosthunting North Carolina

Author: Kala Ambrose
Publisher: Clerisy Press
ISBN: 1578604559
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Ghosthunting North Carolina from the Author: Kala Ambrose. Journey with author Kala Ambrose as she explores the most terrifying paranormal spots in the state of North Carolina. She begins in the coastal wetlands of East Carolina where she explores haunted lighthouses, battleships, forts, and the shipwrecked beaches where Blackbeard and his pirates still roam. She tours the Piedmont area of NC and visits the most actively haunted capitol in the US and interacts with the ghost of a former NC State Governor. Her journey continues west into the Blue Ridge Mountains where the ghost known as the pink lady and her friends await your presence at the historic Grove Park Inn, where many presidents, celebrities and ghosts have stayed over the decades. Explore where Blackbeard and his pirates still roam as you join paranormal researcher and host of the Explore Your Spirit with Kala Show, Kala Ambrose in Ghosthunting North Carolina. Visit the most actively haunted capitol in the US, and venture west into the Blue Ridge Mountains where the pink lady awaits your presence. Ghosthunting North Carolina takes you behind the scenes to each haunted location for those brave enough to explore. Travel information is provided to each haunted location for those brave enough to make the journey in person and for paranormal researchers who are interested in exploring haunted North Carolina. Join Kala Ambrose as your guide to Ghosthunting North Carolina as she takes you behind the scenes with detailed information about each destination.

Roadside Revenants And Other North Carolina Ghosts And Legends

Author: Michael Renegar
Publisher: Bright Mountain Books
ISBN: 9780914875468
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Roadside Revenants And Other North Carolina Ghosts And Legends from the Author: Michael Renegar. Thirty shivery, spirited stories featuring phantom trains, WWI dead dough boys, nonexistent hitchhikers, eyewitness accounts, and even Tom Dooley

Ghosts Of The Triad

Author: Michael Renegar
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625841620
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Ghosts Of The Triad from the Author: Michael Renegar. Dont be fooled by the scenic beauty of North Carolinas Piedmont Triadthe ghosts of the past haunt these rolling hills and unique cities. From the smallpox-stricken ghost that haunts Salem Tavern in Winston-Salem to the slain Revolutionary War soldiers who linger in the park surrounding Guilford Courthouse in Greensboro, these phantoms all have a tale to tell. Some ghosts even support education. Take Jane, the lonely spinster who haunts Aycock Auditorium at the UNCGreensboro campus, or Herschel, High Point Universitys ghost of the former Memorial Theater. And though Spookywoods Haunted Attraction in Kersey Valley often frightens and astounds, some of the resident ghosts arent just special effects. Join Camel City Spirit Seekers Michael Renegar and Amy Spease as they reveal the eerie and chilling stories from the heart of the Piedmont.

Barbecue Lover S The Carolinas

Author: Robert F. Moss
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493016016
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Barbecue Lover S The Carolinas from the Author: Robert F. Moss. Barbecue Lover's the Carolinas is an essential reference tool for those looking to immerse themselves in the culture of Carolina-style barbecue. Perfect for both the local BBQ enthusiast and the traveling visitor alike, each book features: the history of the BBQ culinary style where to find––and most importantly consume––the best of the best local offerings; regional recipes from restaurants, chefs, and pit masters; information on the best barbecue-related festivals and culinary events; plus, regional maps and full-color photography.

The Bible Salesman

Author: Clyde Edgerton
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0316032808
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The Bible Salesman from the Author: Clyde Edgerton. Preston Clearwater has been a criminal since stealing two chain saws and 1600 pairs of aviator sunglasses from the Army during the Second World War. Back on the road in post-war North Carolina, a member of a car-theft ring, he picks up hitch-hiking Henry Dampier, an innocent nineteen-year-old Bible salesman. Clearwater immediately recognizes Henry as just the associate he needs--one who will believe Clearwater is working as an F.B.I. spy; one who will drive the cars Clearwater steals as Clearwater follows along in another car at a safe distance. Henry joyfully sees a chance to lead a dual life as Bible salesman and a G-man. During his hilarious and scary adventures we learn of Henry's fundamentalist youth, an upbringing that doesn't prepare him for his new life. As he falls in love and questions his religious training, Henry begins to see he's being used--that the fun and games are over, that he is on his own in a way he never imagined.