13 Legends of Fire Island: and the Great South Bay
Here are stories about Fire Island’s pirates, ghosts, shipwrecks and treasure chests of buried gold and silver. One tale relates the story of the possibility of the Viking discovery of Fire Island; another describes the torture of the island’s slave trade prison. There is a story of unrequited love in the smoldering aftermath of an important Revolutionary War battle and another of German submarine saboteurs of World War II.
If you like horror and suspense, history and mystery, or if you simply enjoy Fire Island and the Great South Bay and want to take home a piece of it home with you, then you will love this anthology. These stories will kindle your interest in visiting new beach locations and spur your imagination with thoughts of what was, and what might well have been. Even if you have never visited the area before, these tales of universal human experience are bound to fascinate. You are certain to want to share 13 Legends of Fire Island and the Great South Bay with friends, after you can put it down, that is.
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Two Brutal Women and the Famous Money Ship of Fire Island
The Watch Hill Stone
The Grasping Hands
The Spirit of Margaret Fuller
Fire Islands First and Most Infamous Pirate
The Lone Sentry
The Woman in the Black Velvet Dress
The Face in the Rigging
Tala the Wolf
Another Turn of the Screw
A Greater Spirit