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Ghost Tales from the North Carolina Piedmont
Linda Duck Tanenbaum and Barry McGee
6 x 9
black-and-white photos throughout
Published in 2002
Ghost Tales from the North Carolina Piedmont offers 21 bone-chilling stories from beyond the grave.
A ghostly face appears in a painting. A Revolutionary soldier relives his painful death over and over. An apparition materializes to forecast a person’s doom. If that’s not enough to give you the willies, read on about a rural phantom that ignores adults but terrifies children. Or boys who find that unspeakable things dwell in the darkness of an underground chamber. There’s a 19th-century Chief Justice who still guards his home. And one spirit just likes to party.
Ghost Tales from the North Carolina Piedmont is a collection of 21 startling stories from the travels of authors Linda Duck Tanenbaum and Barry McGee, who visited each of the sites and interviewed those unlucky (or lucky) people involved. Most of these stories have never been published.