|Statement||R. Gerald Alvey.|
|Series||New books for new readers|
|LC Classifications||GR110.K4 A48 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||89038083|
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The storytelling tradition has long been an important piece of Kentucky history and culture. Folktales, legends, tall tales, and ghost stories hold a special place in the imaginations of inventive storytellers and captive listeners. In Kentucky Folktales: Revealing Stories, Truths, and Outright Lies Kentucky storyteller Mary Hamilton narrates a range of stories with the voice and creativity. If anyone is in Kentucky and lives near Elsewhere, you can send your first hand reports to [email protected] 👻 You can read of the scariest (and shortest!) true stories in our new collection, True Scary Stories to Read in Bed Tonight, available here. 👻. Meet 10 Ghosts From Kentucky And Their Bone-Chilling Stories. Kentucky has been described as one of the most haunted among the southern states, being featured in books and television series. Believers realize that is not an exaggeration. The Kentucky legends of Sleepy Hollow don’t involve a headless horseman, but instead a creepy hearse and ghostly cries. The lore tells us that in Prospect a hearse appears from thin air, and runs drivers off the road.
Kentucky Folklore Overview " Thicker'n fiddlers in hell. Independent as a hog on ice. If a bride makes her own clothes, it's bad luck. It'll snow in May if it thunders in February. Kentucky Folklore is full of proverbs, expressions, and riddles, puzzles, folk rhymes, beliefs and superstitions that I thought no one else knew of exept my grandmother and me. This book not only includes information about what happened in Kentucky's past; it 4/4(2). Kentucky is a beautiful place that straddles a line between the modern era and a time when southern gentry roamed sprawling estates and sipped on homemade brandy. The old world feel of the Bluegrass State makes it the perfect setting for some of the strangest ghost stories you'll ever. Kentucky has a rich history of folklore. Come explore these beliefs and superstitions regarding weather, healing, marriage, etc. Written in by Sadie F Price. This edition edited by John C Ramsey in