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Virginia folk legends

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Published by University Press of Virginia in Charlottesville .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia.
    • Subjects:
    • Virginia Writers" Project.,
    • Legends -- Virginia.,
    • Tales -- Virginia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Thomas E. Barden.
      SeriesPublications of the American Folklore Society. New series, Publications of the American Folklore Society.
      ContributionsBarden, Thomas E.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGR110.V8 V57 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 347 p. :
      Number of Pages347
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1534571M
      ISBN 100813913314, 0813913357
      LC Control Number91012422

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      Appalachian Mountain Culture and Ghost Stories Appalachian Mountain ghost stories, culture, folklore and people. Ask many longtime residents of the Southern Appalachian Mountains whether they believe in ghosts and the answer is likely to be an emphatic “no.”. It first entered the annals of folklore in in the book "The Telltale Lilac Bush and Other West Virginia Ghost Tales," a collection of stories compiled by Ruth Ann Musick. A folklorist, Musick proposed that such beasts appeared to be both phantom and physical. The thing appears to be related to Sheepsquatch, which, according to Monstropedia.

      According to legend, John Henry's prowess as a steel-driver was measured in a race against a steam-powered rock drilling machine, a race that he won only to die in victory with hammer in hand as his heart gave out from s locations, including Big Bend Tunnel in West Virginia, Lewis Tunnel in Virginia, and Coosa Mountain Tunnel in Alabama, have been suggested as the site of the contest. This is a list of urban urban legend, myth, or tale is a modern genre of often consists of fictional stories associated with the macabre, superstitions, cryptids, creepypasta, and other fear generating narrative legends are often rooted in local history and popular culture.


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