Weird Tennessee: Your Travel Guide to Tennessee's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

Roger Manley Mark Sceurman Mark Moran

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Weird Tennessee: Your Travel Guide to Tennessee's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

Weird Tennessee Your Travel Guide to Tennessee s Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets What s peculiar in Tennessee How about a supernatural creature called the White Bluff Screamer Phantoms drift among overgrown ruins and the eerie headlamps of dead miners call to mind a grisly disast

  • Title: Weird Tennessee: Your Travel Guide to Tennessee's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets
  • Author: Roger Manley Mark Sceurman Mark Moran
  • ISBN: 9781402754654
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What s peculiar in Tennessee How about a supernatural creature called the White Bluff Screamer Phantoms drift among overgrown ruins, and the eerie headlamps of dead miners call to mind a grisly disaster from a bygone age Then there are large scale oddities, such as a ten story tree house mounted on seven oaks Buckle up Weird Tennessee is a ride too incredible to missWhat s peculiar in Tennessee How about a supernatural creature called the White Bluff Screamer Phantoms drift among overgrown ruins, and the eerie headlamps of dead miners call to mind a grisly disaster from a bygone age Then there are large scale oddities, such as a ten story tree house mounted on seven oaks Buckle up Weird Tennessee is a ride too incredible to miss

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    One thought on “Weird Tennessee: Your Travel Guide to Tennessee's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

    1. Sesana on said:

      I've skimmed through any number of the Weird books, and they're pretty hard to describe. They're all a very mixed bag, covering everything from roadside attractions to ghosts to the local version of Bigfoot. Weird Tennessee is no exception. I read this one through because I live in Tennessee, and I did indeed see some local things. As always, I really enjoyed the parts that were about strange places and people in the state. Those are usually pretty well-written, and respectful to some of the unu [...]

    2. Casey on said:

      This book was meh for me. I've lived in East Tennessee my entire life, and it did in fact have a few things in it that I wasn't aware of, mostly things from West Tennessee. It highly annoyed me with much of its content, however. Plenty of it was just blatantly wrong and badly researched, and other entries were ridiculous. I especially took offense at the authors claims of "rumors" of "vampires" in the covered bridge from my home town of Elizabethton which the author in fact admitted were only ev [...]

    3. Jason on said:

      The legends and stories passed down from generation to generation tell a lot about a place and its people. That’s what makes Weird Tennessee such a compelling read. The stories recounted in this book reveal a great deal about the history and values of Tennesseans. This book is chocked full of legends, folklore, ghost stories, and larger-than-life historical places and figures. Some of the stories will give you chills, but the book is more than just a collection of ghost stories or alleged para [...]

    4. David Ward on said:

      Weird Tennessee: Your Travel Guide to Tennessee’s Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets by Roger Manley (Sterling 2010)(917.68) was less than I, as a native of Tennessee, expected. Although it makes mention of roadsides oddities, the focus is more on ghost stories that are obscure or silly or both. It’s more about the supernatural than anything else. I don’t know; maybe Tennessee is just boring. My rating: 3/10, finished 1/31/13.

    5. Julie on said:

      I've already made lists of all of the places I want to visit in various parts of the state--weekend road trips! I even hit up a couple the weekend I finished the book. Interesting stuff! I've already started on Weird IN and it's just as fascinatingcially since I'm learning things I never knew about my home state.

    6. Videoclimber(AKA)MTsLilSis on said:

      I have read a lot of these books. This one was just okay. There wasn't too much here that was really interesting. I love Tennessee and have visited several times. This book just made it look boring, which it isn't. There are better "Weird" books than this one.

    7. Timothy Boyd on said:

      A very interesting book about my home state. I learned about a lot of new and yes weird things in Tennessee. I think I will have to take a road trip or to and check some of these things out. Recommended

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