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For decades, the folk tales of Charles Harry Whedbee have been available wherever you care to look on the Outer Banks. Their popularity has transcended Whedbee's loyal readership among North Carolinians and visitors from the Northeast and the Midwest. Charles Harry Whedbee was an elected judge in his native Greenville, North Carolina, for thirty-plus years, but his favorite place was the Outer Banks, Nags Head in particular. Whedbee was the author of the five folklore collections listed below. He died in 1990. In 2004, the staff of John F. Blair, Publisher, collected 13 of Judge Whedbee's finest stories for the volume titled Pirates, Ghosts, and Coastal Lore. If this is your introduction to Charles Harry Whedbee, you'll soon understand his love for the people and the history of the Outer Banks.
Blackbeard's Cup and Stories of the Outer Banks
The Flaming Ship of Ocracoke and Other Tales of the Outer Banks
Legends of the Outer Banks and Tar Heel Tidewater
Outer Banks Mysteries and Seaside Stories
Outer Banks Tales to Remember
Pirates, Ghosts, and Coastal Lore