The final installement of the
Fireside Folklore of West Virginia series
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Fireside Folklore of West Virginia is the final book in the series by West Virginia author, Sherri Brake. She has travelled the world over the last 30 years investigating the odd, the mysterious and exploring paranormal locations. She is a frequent speaker at paranormal conferences, has been featured on hundreds of radio interviews and has had work featured on television. Her tours with Haunted Heartland have been voted into the Top 5 by US City Traveller and USA Today.
Over 70 images, 24 chapters and 137 pages of oddities, folklore and haunted locations.
Chapters featured in this book include:
Men in Black
The Asylum Cemetery
Lost Soul of Lost River
Wildman of Clay County
Dark as a Dungeon-Coal Mine Ghosts
The Three Crosses
The West Virginia Snallygaster
Murder Box in the Courthouse Attic
Law & Order Comes to Booger Hole
Reviews of Fireside Folklore of West Virginia
* Over the past few years, our readers throughout West Virginia have truly enjoyed the tales Sherri has shared in Two-Lane Livin' Magazine, and I am sure you, too, will enjoy them. Through them, Sherri has brought new life to the spooky history of our state and given new life to the ghosts as well.
Publisher, Two-Lane Livin' Magazine
* I love to read spooky tales and this book really meets my expectations. I would highly recommend this book to all that likes to read ghostly stories.
Patsy M. West Virgina
* Sherri writes as a lover of all things spooky and haunted. Folklore tends to have a thread of history in it which is evidenced as Brake is a history lover herself.
Myles K. Virginia