Appalachia Mountain Folklore

Appalachia Mountain Folklore

by Micheal Rivers
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Appalachia Mountain Folklore by Micheal Rivers

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?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780764340062
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date: 12/28/2012
Pages: 160
Sales rank: 827,830
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Micheal Rivers is an American author whose writing genres include fiction, horror, thriller, and the paranormal. In recent years, he has focused on writing fiction and paranormal stories.

Table of Contents

Foreword 7

1 Jackson County 9

Written in Stone

The Acheri

Song of the South

The House on the Hill

A Plea for Help

Gold for the Greedy

Ride with You

A Tale of Two Floors

2 Swain County 39

The Spirit of Father

Selu

The Diligent Nanny

The Portal

Widow's Walk

3 Macon County 60

Hunter's Moon

The Snow Witch

A Lonely Grave

A Witch for Water

The Roan Mare

4 Cherokee County 81

Lessons to be Learned

Moon Eyes

5 Caldwell County 87

The House Love Built

Blowing Rock

The Devil's Staircase

The Legend of Tijuana Fats

6 Haywood County 100

Pisgah

Animal Spirits

Francis

7 Cleveland County 109

King's Mountain

8 Rutherford County 113

Green River Plantation

9 Sevier County 116

The Healing Place

10 Graham County 119

The Little People

Soldier's Crossing

11 Clay County 128

Time Stands Still

12 Cabarrus County 132

The Hanging Tree

Who's There?

13 Burke County 142

The Brown Mountain Lights

14 Henderson County 145

Superstition

15 Avery County 149

Mystery in the Black

16 Buncombe County 155

Battle Mansion

Index 158

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GailGentry More than 1 year ago
This Is The Book You Want With You Around A Campfire: I'm no stranger to the great fiction stories this author weaves, having read all his books, however this is my first time reading him as a non-fiction author. It's not easy when an author is use to writing one type of genre to switch to another without the writing being a little weak but I am happy to say this is not the case with Appalachia Mountain Folklore. You can read and feel the research that went into the stories. The pictures of the scenes, though not needed to visualize, aid in lending even more impact. The folklore is very real and not imagined and each story captivated me. Micheal Rivers brings it in setting the background with each tale beginning with a history of the county or region and what led up to create the disturbance in these souls spirits. Ghosts and the supernatural, the folklore and actual sightings originate from love to revenge. I highly recommend the book to all readers who enjoy history, folklore and ghost stories. Don't be surprised when you lay the book down at the end you are left with compassion for the departed, a curiosity to visit each haunting, and a fear to stay as far away from there as you can.