Those who inhabit, or are descended from roots in, the Appalachian Mountains tend to be connected to the invisible things of the world. Even people who rigidly deny the existence of ghosts will acknowledge that there are some things that simply have no logical explanation. This conviction often fuels an oral story telling tradition handed down from generation to generation. The stories in this volume represent a new step in an old direction as the students of Wallins sixth grade went out into the community to gather stories old and new to share with each other, and the world. In addition to the local tales, special guest writers like Silas House and Jack Wright lend a hand and a tale or two.
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