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Appalachia Mountain FolkloreAppalachia Mountain Folklore

The mountains of the Appalachia abound with tales of ghosts and mysterious places. Covering 16 counties, 40 spine-tingling stories will have you traveling the roads and paths of those who have walked before you and listening to their sorrowful tales. Along the way, visit The Hanging Tree in Cabarrus County, Battle Mansion in Buncombe County, Green River Plantation in Rutherford County, and the House on the Hill in Jackson County. Sit around the campfire and hear stories of lore about the legend of the Bald, the warning of the Hunter’s Moon, and the disappearance of an entire hunting party. Superstition, folklore, and the paranormal keep the spirits alive in the Appalachian region. Will you be the next one to visit with the ghosts of Cherohala?

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Schiffer Publishing:  http://www.schifferbooks.com/newschiffer/book_template.php?isbn=9780764340062


Micheal RiversAuthor bio:

Micheal Rivers, a native North Carolinian now resides in the Greater Chicago Area close to the shores of Lake Michigan. He is the author of true ghost stories as well as writing fictional paranormal thrillers. Micheal is an active paranormal investigator with over thirty years experience and provides his readers with some of his experiences woven into his stories. He is the lead investigator for the Smokey Mountain Ghost Trackers. https://www.facebook.com/SmokeyMtnGhostTrackers

Born in 1953 he served with the United States Marine Corps during Vietnam. He attended colleges in Illinois and North Carolina. The passions in his life are the great outdoors and his family, especially his wife and his boxer affectionately known as Dee Dee.

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Appalachia Mountain Folklore  Coming Fall 2012 Pre-order now!


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