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A collection of ghost stories, nearly forgotten folk tales, and haunted places to visit from author Jannette Quackenbush. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jannette-quackenbush/support

Sometime Between Dusk and Dawn Ghost Stories JANNETTE QUACKENBUSH

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A collection of ghost stories, nearly forgotten folk tales, and haunted places to visit from author Jannette Quackenbush. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jannette-quackenbush/support

    The Half-Calf Shade of Still House Hollow

    The Half-Calf Shade of Still House Hollow

    Today’s story is The Half-Calf Shade of Still House Hollow, a folktale that began after the murder of a traveler on old Foglesong Road, now Stringtown Road, in Lancaster, Ohio. 

    There is more than just this podcast. You can buy my book series on Amazon and find them in other bookstores, including Haunted Hocking a Ghost Hunters Guide to the Hocking Hills where this one is retold.

    I hope you enjoyed this episode of Sometime Between Dusk and Dawn Ghost Stories. If you like it, please pass it along. And most of all, I hope I helped you find your scary place sometime between dusk and dawn.

    This episode is written and produced by me, Jannette Quackenbush with folklore pulled from many resources, including: A Ghost Story from the Vancouver Independent on April 21, 1881

    Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/weary-pines/home




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    • 5 min
    Hedger's Ghost

    Hedger's Ghost

    Today’s story is about Hedger Hollow, a folktale that began after the murder of a peddler along the Little Kanawha River in West Virginia.

    You can find this story and other spooky tales in my second book: West Virginia Ghost Stories, Legends, Haunts, and Folklore 

    Here’s more info on Hedger’s Ghost: CALHOUN'S DANGEROUS HEDGER'S GHOST - Dare You Call His Name.

    Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):

    https://uppbeat.io/t/vens-adams/adventure-is-calling and "Splash, Jumping, C.wav" by InspectorJ (www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.org


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    That Place They Call Booger Hole

    That Place They Call Booger Hole

    Today’s story is That Place They Call Booger Hole. A quiet community now, it was not always so tranquil. Booger Hole in Clay County West Virginia got its name for a reason and it just cannot shake it.

    This episode is written and produced by me, Jannette Quackenbush with folklore pulled from many resources, including Wilson Douglas: How I came to be a Fiddler, West Virginia Ghost Stories, Legends, Haunts, and Folklore, and a few locals who wished to remain nameless. 

    There is more than just this podcast. You can buy my book series on Amazon and find them in other bookstores, including my second book on West Virginia Ghost Stories, Legends, Haunts, and Folklore.

    Cool stuff I read to find more about the story

    -Douglas, Wilson. How I came to be a Fiddler

    -http://www.hurherald.com/

    -Charleston Mail Wednesday, January 31, 1917, Charleston, West Virginia

    -Charleston Mail Wednesday, February 14, 1917, Charleston, West Virginia

    Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):

    https://uppbeat.io/t/pecan-pie/wild-wild-wet


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    • 14 min
    The Legend of the Baying Hound at Old Man’s Cave

    The Legend of the Baying Hound at Old Man’s Cave

    Welcome to Sometime Between Dusk and Dawn Ghost Stories. Today’s episode is The Legend of the Baying Hound at Old Man’s Cave, a local story passed down in a small town between Logan and South Bloomingville, Ohio in the Hocking Hills. You can visit Old Man’s Cave in southeastern Ohio and listen for the hound. It is along the Old Man’s cave trail within Hocking Hills State Park. This episode is written and produced by me, Jannette Quackenbush with folklore pulled from many resources, including Logan Democrat Sentinal from 1905 and hauntedhocking.com -  Hauntedhocking.com 

    This story comes from Haunted Hocking A Ghost Hunter's Guide to the Hocking Hills ... and beyond. You can find this book on Amazon and at local shops carrying my books like Grandma Fayes by Old Man's Cave and Treehouse Treats and Treasures in Logan right off the Hocking Hills State Park exit.

    Hound Baying: Craig Smith

    Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):

    https://uppbeat.io/t/spinnin-tape/no-joyce

    "www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.org


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    Ghosts of Stretchers Neck

    Ghosts of Stretchers Neck

    Today’s story is Ghosts of Stretchers Neck, a folktale passed down by families living along the New River in Fayette County, West Virginia. Sometimes love survives death as this old story divulges from along the New River at Stretchers Neck in West Virginia.

    This episode is written and produced by me, Jannette Quackenbush with folklore pulled from many resources, including:

    Original Story passed along by Basil W. Duke, George Braden Fetter & Shober. (1892). Jim, The Ghost of Stretcher's Neck. Fetter's Southern Magazine,Volume 1. It was also printed by L. Brown.

    As The Ghosts of Stretchers Neck, Fall 1998 in Goldenseal, 64 and noted in the Beckley Post Herald in 1970 by Shirley Donnely.

    There is more than just this podcast. You can buy my book series on Amazon and find them in other bookstores, including my second book on West Virginia ghost stories where this one is recounted.

    This story comes from my book, West Virginia Ghost Stories, Legends, Haunts, and Folklore which can be purchased at Amazon and local bookstores.

    Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):

    https://uppbeat.io/t/hemlock/easton


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    • 13 min
    The Singing Bones

    The Singing Bones

    Welcome to Sometime Between Dusk and Dawn Ghost Stories. This episode is written and produced by me, Jannette Quackenbush with folklore pulled from many resources, including Ghosts of Louisiana from the 1939 Progress Administration of Louisiana. There is more than just this podcast. You can buy my book series on Amazon and also at other bookstores including this one which comes from one of my latest books, Ghost Stories and Folk Tales of New Orleans. 

    Today’s story is The Singing Bones, A Louisiana Folk Tale. A macabre tale from the swamps of Louisiana.

    Ghosts of Louisiana 1/18/1939 Progress Administration of Louisiana. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://louisianadigitallibrary.org/islandora/object/state-lwp%3A3639  Collector: Lenox Antony

    Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):

    https://uppbeat.io/t/danijel-zambo/broken-doll


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