Great Southern Mysteries

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August House, Sep 1, 1989 - Fiction - 177 pages
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Floyd guides one of the more offbeat tours of the South, from tidewater backwoods to the bottom of the Gulf: places visited not because of their good plate lunches or pretty mansions, but as sites of some of the most puzzling, controversial happenings of our time.

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this book is full of history & ancient story of the south Read full review

Contents

BlueEyed Savages and Talking Books
10
The Riddle of the Mounds
17
Surprises in the Sea
24
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

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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