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Ghostly Tales of Kentucky was not my first attempt at writing a book. I had tried serveral times before, but never finished them. This was was my first finished work and how surprised I was to find a publisher who actually accepted it on the first try.

Ghostly Tales of Kentucky is a trip around Jefferson County and Kentucky, including stories told by my grandparents, parents, and my own experiences with the paranormal. There have been times at family gatherings when my dad would tell ghost stories that sent chills up my cousins' spines.

Ghostly Tales includes stories and urban legends from around Kentucky. One story in particular continues to send chills up my spine. During the Civil War, Kentucky was a state divided. Confederate soldiers used a house in Campbellsville as a slaughterhouse of sorts. According to the stories, they executed their prisoners in the building. People say that when you walk past the house you can hear screams coming inside.

While reading this book you may need to keep a light on, just in case.

Pleasant dreams... maybe.

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Comment by Marion James on August 26, 2007 at 6:59am
Hey Wanda, this fits in with the theme of my blog this week on my Book Marketing page: how oral traditions need to be written down as the last few of that generation are dying off, and if the new generation can't read the stories on a page or on the net they will die out. Best of luck with the new book.

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