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Granny Curse The - And Other Ghosts and Legends from East Tenessee - cover

Granny Curse The - And Other Ghosts and Legends from East Tenessee

Randy Russell, Janet Barnett

Publisher: Blair

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Witches who fly down chimneys. A chair that won’t release its occupant until a drop of blood stains the floor. A mountain that grew—and continues to grow—from the grave of a woman who was larger than life. The ghost of a woman who jumps on the bumpers of cars driving past the graveyard where she is buried. An apple tree that growls at people who pick its fruit. A woman who rose from her grave each night to get food for a baby born to her after she was buried. A peach tree that grows on the head of a deer. These and other legends and ghost stories handed down for generations are contained in this collection of 25 tales from East Tennessee.

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