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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Ghost Stories from the American Southwest (American Storytelling)
  • Richard Alan Young
  • English
  • 02 February 2017
  • 9780874831740

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15 thoughts on “Ghost Stories from the American Southwest (American Storytelling)

  1. says:

    I ve had this book for quite a while but never bothered to read it It s a collection of tails by various story tellers told to the authors from the Southwest, i.e Kansas, Colorado, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona None of them are really scary and some, like the first one, The Pawpaw Lie, are quite funny These are meant, I believe, to be told around a campfire The book is a fun, quick read The next to the last story had the name of the mansion and the ghost wrong Obviously the young man telling the story had no idea where he worked.

  2. says:

    Disappointing collection of supernatural folk tales from the American Southwest a grab bag of short anecdotes that vary wildly in quality Described as being intended for use by storytellers, but very little in the way of good storytelling material here not much that s compellingly eerie or scary, either.

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