Knoxville, Tennessee, is a haunted city. Ghosts roam its streets, its old theaters, its graveyards, even the caverns that snake beneath its byways. Knoxville is also a city beset by mysterious beastsfrom enigmatic monster cats to big hairy creatures that are said to roam the town by night. Knoxville is a city of legends. There are persistent rumors of an "Old Knoxville” buried beneath the present city, and there is a famous downtown cemetery where there are gravestones, but no bodies. With a firm eye to history, Price tells his chilling stories with perception and good humorall of which add up to a book that can be read and reread for years to come.
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About the Author
Charles Edwin Price has written many books of folklore and mystery that are enjoyed by all ages.
What People are Saying About This
Ed is the authority on the folklore of East Tennessee. What could I add to what he has written? My Mysterious Knoxvilleis a fun and funny book.
David Hunter ( author of The Dancing Savior)