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Fairies have been revered and feared, sometimes simultaneously, throughout recorded history. This encyclopedia of concise entries, from the A-senee-ki-waku of northeastern North America to the Zips of Central America and Mexico, includes more than 2,500 individual beings and species of fairy and nature spirits from a wide range of mythologies and religions from all over the globe. To Buy Click Here.
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This exhaustive volume catalogs nearly three thousand demons in the mythologies and lore of virtually every ancient society and most religions. From Aamon, the demon of life and reproduction with the head of a serpent and the body of a wolf in Christian demonology, to Zu, the half-man, half-bird personification of the southern wind and thunder clouds in Sumero-Akkadian mythology, entries offer descriptions each demon’s origins, appearance, and cultural significance. Also included are descriptions of the demonic and diabolical members making up the hierarchy of Hell and the numerous species of demons that, according to various folklores, mythologies, and religions, populate the earth and plague mankind. To Buy Now, Click Here.
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From the earliest days of oral history to the present, the vampire myth persists among mankind’s deeply-rooted fears. This encyclopedia, with entries ranging from “Abchanchu” to “Zmeus,” includes nearly 600 different species of historical and mythological vampires, fully described and detailed. To Buy Now, Click Here
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Folklore and ghost stories from the Piedmont area of North Carolina come to life as told by the region’s favorite performer, Cynthia Moore Brown. Hear the sad tale of “The Gentleman Ghost of Uwharrie Mountain” in Asheboro; “Lydia,” the phantom hitchhiker of Jamestown; and the real-life account of Lexington’s very own hero, Valentine Leonard. Rediscover fan favorites, such as the humorous “Gold in the Lake,” the eerie tale of “The Woman with the Basket,” and Old Salem’s very own whistling “Little Red Man.”

Appearing for the first time in print, 21 spine-tingling ghost tales from the region’s renowned storyteller, including four original tales composed by Cynthia herself, perpetuate the history of tradition in and around Piedmont. Each story is beautifully written out by co-author Theresa Bane to capture every blood-chilling moment of the story-telling experience. This book will delight readers of all ages and quickly become a family favorite.To Buy Now, Click Here
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"Haunted Historic Greensboro" by Theresa Bane


Historic Greensboro, North Carolina, is infested with ghosts. Go “behind the scenes” to meet some of the city’s most famous haunted areas. You’ll learn the history surrounding each haunting and hear frightening eyewitness accounts. Find out why nothing has grown in the Devil’s Tramping Ground for more than 200 years. Learn the connection between the famous Lydia ghost and the phantom hitchhiker that has been scaring drivers since the 1920s, or is the phantom even older? Tremble as you hear the stories of the vampire beast’s killing sprees. Read about ghostly Revolutionary soldiers, a piano player and miner spirits, poltergeist, and other unsettled souls that call the city of Greensboro home. Stop by for a visit…if you dare. To Buy Click Here
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folklore and food
History is steeped in wonderful and strange folklore. Here, premier storyteller Cynthia Moore Brown tells 17 old-timey favorites as written by vampirologist, theresa Bane; each one including a special home-style recipe connected to the story. As for the lore, avoid a brush with death in “Wait Until Spring,” the author’s favorite tale. To Buy Click Here.