Great Googly Moogly! by Brian Wanamaker McCreight

By Brian Wanamaker McCreight

the place neighborhood historical past drifts imperceptibly into folks story. tales established upon conventional South Carolina neighborhood heritage and legends fill the pages of this haunting assortment. The stories contain ghostly Civil struggle myths, ghastly tales with non secular twists of destiny, and short-and-sweetly bitter fables for undying telling. each one tale comes with notes approximately provenance and a bibliography.

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