Ghosts and Legends of the Carolina Coasts

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Pineapple Press Inc, 2005 - Fiction - 159 pages

Spine-chilling tales and fascinating legends from the coastal regions of North and South Carolina.


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Since I bought this book at the Historical Center in New Bern, I think I was expecting more North Carolina ghosts and legends. In fact, a good number of the stories from this book seem to take place ... Read full review

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i need some help imi looking for a story called the whalers return if i may ask can you help me but i tcant be the same sourse of the book its for my school and i need one more source or i fail this year


Wailing at Wachesaw
dram tree superstition
a secret Passageway and death by hanging
spirit of Poor nell Cropsey
the horde of ghosts at hannahs Creek swamp
tales of the old gunn Church
ghostly hoofprints
haunted hammock house
Patriot ghost
Boo hags

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About the author (2005)

Award-winning travel writer/photographer Terrance Zepke loves the Carolinas, which is why she lives part-time in each. Terrance has lived in many places, including Hawaii, England, and several U.S. states. She received her master's degree from the University of South Carolina and has traveled all over the world, writing and photographing for such magazines as EcoTraveler, South America Explorer, and Photographer's Forum, as well as newspapers such as Greensboro (NC) News & Record and Knoxville (TN) News Sentinel.Visit the author's website at

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