More Great Southern Mysteries: Florida's Fountain of Youth, Ghosts of the Alamo, Lost Maidens of the Okefenokee, Terror on the Natchez Trace, and Other Enduring Mysteries of the American South

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August House Publishers, Incorporated, Nov 1, 1990 - Reference - 190 pages
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Randall Floyd presents 35 more baffling stories from the rich groud of legendary Southern mysteries--including ghosts, lost people, and unexplained natural wonders: Florida's Fountain of Youth, Terror on the Natchez Trace, the Lord Maidens of the Okefenokee, and other tales to chill the blood.

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User Review  - Christopher Sutch - Goodreads

Amateurish and silly, but it does have some interesting, if non-credible, legends. Read full review


Entertaining Satan in the Old Dominion
The Bell Witch of Tennessee
Terror on the Natchez Trace

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Floyd is an historian, screenwriter and nationally syndicated columnist and is a widely recognized authority on historical mysteries and the paranormal. He taught journalism at Georgia Southern University and history at Augusta State University.

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