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The Flaming Ship of Ocracoke and Other Tales of the Outer Banks

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Hardcover with dust jacket. Charles Harry Whedbee, Author. Pictorial on the glossy dust jacket of a flaming ship on the ocean. John F. Blair, Publisher. Total 153 pages. Contains black and white illustrations. Originally sold for $14.95. The name/address of previous owner has been whited out on the front inside endpage. No other markings in the book. Illustrated by Virgini ...more
Hardcover, 153 pages
Published July 1st 1988 by John F. Blair, Publisher (first published June 1st 1971)
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The Flaming Ship of Ocracoke & Other Tales of the Outer Banks by Charles Harry Whedbee is fun collection of tall tales and folklore about the North Carolina area. The Flaming Ship of Ocracoke & Other Tales of the Outer Banks is the second of Mr. Whedbee's collection of coastal folklore out of the five he has written. These tales included a flaming ship that is said to be seen every first new moon in September, to female pirates hiding their true gender. There are even tales of how the de ...more
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If you're looking for ghost stories about the Outer Banks, this is your best bet!
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CHARLES H. WHEDBEE was born and still resides in Greenville, North Carolina. He was educated at the University of North Carolina, taking his law degree in 1932. He has been Solicitor of Pitt County Court and now serves as Municipal Court Judge in Greenville. He began telling legends of the coastal area on WNCT-TV in Greenville, as a panelist on the "Carolina Today" progrm. He and his wife and thei ...more
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