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Blue Ridge GA - Haunts & Harvest: An Evening of Appalachian Ghost Stories

Haunts & Harvest: An Evening of Appalachian Ghost Stories

Haunts & Harvest: An Evening of Appalachian Ghost Stories
Thursday, October 19, 2017
7 PM

Just in time for Halloween, Rosann Kent, southern storyteller and professor of UNG'sAppalachian Studies Center will be performing an evening of Appalachian Ghost Stories. Rosann tells (sometimes) true stories about growing up with grandparents who were master storytellers.

A Southern Baptist Seance. A personal story about the time the weejee board backfires.
The Ghost of Greenbriar County. A true story from West Virginia about a ghost whose testimony helped to solve her murder.
The Thurseys. A family story about three women with special powers.

Tickets Adults $10 Children $5

Call the Box Office for Reservations -706-632-9223

October 25, 2018

Cost: Adults $10 Students $5



Blue Ridge Community Theater
2591 East First Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30515

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