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Southern Ghost Stories, Folktales, Storytelling: The Moonlit Road.com

Southern Ghost Stories, Folktales, Storytelling: The Moonlit Road.com
Welcome to The Moonlit Road.com, where we tell ghost stories, folktales, myths and legends from the dark backroads of the American South. Want to come along? Follow the lantern to visit with our storytellers. Escape From Appalachia (Ghost Stories, Your Short Stories) Tennessee ghost story of a budding Tennessee guitarist seeking fame in Nashville who hitches a ride with a creepy bootlegger. Written by William Morris.

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