Tar Heel Terrors: More North Carolina Ghosts and Legends

Tar Heel Terrors More North Carolina Ghosts and Legends The twenty plus stories in this new collection by Michael Renegar author of Roadside Revenants and Other North Carolina Ghosts and Legends range geographically from the coast to the mountains of Nor

  • Title: Tar Heel Terrors: More North Carolina Ghosts and Legends
  • Author: Michael Renegar
  • ISBN: 9780914875598
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • The twenty plus stories in this new collection by Michael Renegar, author of Roadside Revenants and Other North Carolina Ghosts and Legends, range geographically from the coast to the mountains of North Carolina Some are retellings of classic Tar Heel ghost stories and legends while others stem from the personal experiences of the author and his friends and family Some sThe twenty plus stories in this new collection by Michael Renegar, author of Roadside Revenants and Other North Carolina Ghosts and Legends, range geographically from the coast to the mountains of North Carolina Some are retellings of classic Tar Heel ghost stories and legends while others stem from the personal experiences of the author and his friends and family Some stories are of the supernatural, some interesting curiosities, and others are just plain weird Read about the ghost of a Revolutionary War hero, a haunted road in Forsyth County, a vengeful spirit trapped in a gold mine, and Whether read around a campfire or in the safety of your own home, these tales are sure to leave your spine tingling.

    One thought on “Tar Heel Terrors: More North Carolina Ghosts and Legends”

    1. A favorite for sure! Many stories handed by families and has a few rather hair raising tales. A good read for all ages!

    2. In this book, Michael Renegar shares ghost stories from around North Carolina as well as his own experiences as a paranormal investigator. The book does a good job of mixing old tales with new ones and peppering them with paranormal investigations from the author. There are stories from all over the state, though most center around Yadkin County and Appalachian State University. Most of the stories document experiences of Mr. Renegar and his family members. The book is pretty good read for the H [...]

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