The Headless Horseman of Booger Holler and Other Dover Tales by Mindy Campbell Hudson

By Mindy Campbell Hudson

Collected via firsthand interviews, writer Mindy Campbell Hudson brings neighborhood lore to existence within the Headless Horseman of Booger Holler and different Dover stories with tales of Dover, Arkansas's personal legends, heritage, and supernatural stories. whole with photos of old Dover, this selection of stories captures the legacy and traditions of rural Arkansas and units it opposed to the bigger scope of folklore stories, delivering an insightful and from time to time funny glimpse into the past.

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