On this All-Hallow’s-Eve Eve, we’re sharing our third ghost story and book giveaway. Today’s story features an old hag (when else can you use those words appropriately?), from Sullivan County in Tennessee, who has a spooooky secret of her own.
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Haunted Halls of Ivy contains 39 supernatural tales from colleges and universities throughout the South, including some of the region’s oldest, largest, and most famous institutions. At Belmont University in Tennessee, you’ll visit the mansion haunted by the woman who could out-Scarlett any Southern belle, real or fictional. In the shadow of the University of Texas Tower, you’ll encounter the specters of the victims killed on the day in 1966 when Charles Whitman went hunting for humans. And at the University of Virginia, you’ll hear the footsteps of the professor shot dead back in the days when students openly assaulted their instructors, even at Thomas Jefferson’s “Academical Village.” Indeed, by the time you turn the final page of this book, you’ll have a graduate-level education in the haunts of Southern colleges from Virginia to Texas.
Just like yesterday’s post, we’re giving away a free copy of this title! Just leave a comment below or on our Facebook page–we’ll ship a copy of the book straight to one lucky commenter. (Just be sure to leave your email address when you comment below or look for a message from us on Facebook.)
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Our company mascot (well, I guess she’s just my dog) wishes you a safe and happy Halloween. Isn’t she sweet?
But as Halloween is a holiday for scary black cats and not for adorable old pugs, we’re going to leave you with a spooky tale of a ghostly feline from Tunica, Mississippi. This story comes from Ghost Cats of the South, by Randy Russell, which is new in paperback this month. Enjoy!