1 edition of Ghosts, legends, and folk tales of the old west found in the catalog.
Ghosts, legends, and folk tales of the old west
Robert F. Turpin
Written in English
|Statement||Robert F. (Bob) Turpin|
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|Number of Pages||87|
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Ghosts, Legends, and Folk Tales of the Old West - This is a book that has something for everyone's reading pleasure: wandering souls, ghosts, floating apparitions, tales of buried and lost gold, and cold-blooded murders. The Fort Washita story has more than its share of paranormal : Robert F.
(Bob) Turpin. Ghosts, Legends, and Folk Tales of the Old West - This is a book that has something for everyone's reading pleasure: wandering souls, ghosts, floating apparitions, tales of buried and lost gold, and cold-blooded murders.
The Fort Washita story has more than its share of paranormal : CreateSpace Publishing. In the past two years Turpin has written and published five outstanding books about the Wild West. His newest book, Forgotten Ghosts and Legends of the Old West, is his second in a series of ghost books, and Mr.
Turpin has several more in the making which will be released in the near future for your continued reading A recent review /5(5). Ghost Stories of the Old West (as also Ghost Stories of the Civil War, and Haunted Highways) is in the style of recent TV series on haunting and the paranormal.
They are short, often second or third hand, and often very vague. Many, especially those from the Civil War and early west, are more in the nature of folk tales, /5(8). In Ghosts of the Old West, acclaimed Western author Earl Murray conveys these stories in a narration so eerie and so chilling we advise reading this with all the lights on in the safety of your home.
Saddle up, my friend, and take a ride into the unknown/5(9). About the Author. Alvin Schwartz is known for a body of work of more than two dozen books of folklore for young readers that explores everything from wordplay and humor to tales and legends of all kinds. His collections of scary stories— Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Scary Stories 3, /5(69).
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Readers Stories. For overall there hung a cloud of fear, a sense of mystery the spirit daunted, and said as plain as a whisper in the ear, “The place is haunted.”. Ghosts. Ghostly Tales from Folklore book. Read 29 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The ghost stories in this book are short and to the point without being too scary.
Great for a beginning reader to gain confidence reading. For folk tales and scary stories, especially ones taken from legends that have been making /5. The 3 Haunting Legends Of West Virginia Will Keep You Awake At Night. I absolutely love reading about urban legends and ghost stories that have taken place in my home state.
I have a pretty big collection of books, and a majority of the books that make up my shelves are ghost stories, some of which are books that have these accounts in them. “Fireside Folklore of West Virginia, Volume II: Ghost, Spirits, Legends & Dark History,” by Sherri Brake.
West Virginia Book Co. pages. $ Paperback. In many of these old legends, told around the campfire or a roaring hearth, can be heard the approach of galloping horses, the whispers of phantoms in ghost towns, the far-off sounds of pistols blazing, and the sighing moans of the winds drifting through the ancient trees of hunting, mining, and cowboy camps.
American Mysteries. Tombstone;s most famous place – the OK Corral, was the site of the best-known gunfight occurring in the Old yed in dozens of western films and books, the gunfight made a legend of Wyatt Earp and brought Tombstone, Arizona fame.
After tensions had been building between the Earps and the Cowboy faction in Tombstone, for some time, Marshal Virgil Earp determined to disarm the men on. Part One: Ghost Stories Chapter 1. The Ghost on the Tracks Chapter 2. The Half-Clad Ghost Chapter 3. The Death Waltz Chapter 4. Going Courting Chapter 5.
The Ghost of Jean Baptiste Chapter 6. The Phantom Train Chapter 7. The Posthole Digger Chapter 8. Stampede Mesa Chapter 9. Pecos Bill and the Haunted House Chapter La Llorona Chapter The most notorious legends of the South’s spookiest specters – believe them, or not. There’s something about the chilly October air that makes the Halloween season a perfect time to share scary ghost stories.
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When I was researching Calamity Jane and the Old West for my book, "In Calamity's Wake," what I saw in the Old West was a magic made possible by a nation imagining itself for the first time through new technologies: print, film, television. I saw stories that crossed borders: the borders between Canada, the US, and Mexico, but also the borders Author: Natalee Caple.
The majority of old-time trappers and scouts always had an inexhaustible fund of anecdote and adventure. Stories were often told at night when the day’s duty of making the round of the traps was done, the beaver skinned, and the pelts hung up to cure.
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Tunnicliffe. Drawn by C.F. Tunnicliffe. Henry had only bought the land (not liking the huge Elizabethan manor house, Stiffkey Old Hall, which went with it – which was then sold separately) and, as the farm. I've always loved this story. I have a book on this, and the house still stands. Ocean-Born Mary is a very help full ghost.
One time a man was going to throw a bog into the fire, but was stopped by Mary. Turns out the bag had blasting power, and she saved his life. A West Virginia Ghost Story.
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Belief in haints probably originated with the Gulla Geechee people, descendants of African slaves in the Carolina low country and barrier islands. A hardcover book depicting the Folktales, Ghost Stories and Urban Legends from the Hills of West Virginia. Note: images on this promotional page may not appear in final product.
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These spirits have been sighted while haunting the West's beautiful and rugged land. In Ghosts of the Old West, acclaimed Western author Earl Murray conveys these stories in a narration so eerie and so chilling we advise Even today the American West remains a frontier of mystery and intrigue, filled with the spirits of trappers and traders /5.
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Immensely enjoyable s collection of folk tales, heroic recounts, and ghost stories from Japan before the Meiji Restoration. Some stories are very fun, some almost heartbreaking. The tale of the grateful foxes, for instance, so moved me that I teared up/5.
But that doesn’t mean ghosts, ghouls, gremlins, urban legends and grisly tales are scarce here. After all, this is the country of the Grimm Brothers, original catalogers of some of the most gruesome and viscerally scary folk tales in western culture. Nalin Verma tells one of the stories from his latest book, The Greatest Folk Tales of Bihar.
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