Eerie Georgia: Chilling Tales from the Mountains to the Sea

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Overview
Georgia is a thoroughly modern state, known for its vibrant culture and bustling economy. Despite this veneer of normalcy, strange legends lurk around every corner. Former president Jimmy Carter's family consulted a psychic in an attempt to find one of the farm's wayward dogs. A Hall County ranch was plagued by mysterious cattle mutilations made with surgical precision. Eggs, alligators, turtles and frogs have rained down from the heavens across the state, from Columbus to Savannah. Evidence suggests that ancient seafarers regularly visited the Peach State centuries before Columbus reached the New World. Author Jim Miles explores these and many more in a collection of stories that can be found only in the Peach State.
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ISBN: 9781467140218
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
Date:
State: Georgia
Series: American Legends
Images: 38
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Jim Miles is author of seven books of the Civil War Explorer Series (Fields of Glory, To the Sea, Piercing the Heartland, Paths to Victory, A River Unvexed, Forged in Fire and The Storm Tide), as well as Civil War Sites in Georgia. Five books were featured by the History Book Club, and he has been historical adviser to several History Channel shows. He has written two different books titled Weird Georgia and seven books about Georgia ghosts: Civil War Ghosts of North Georgia, Civil War Ghosts of Atlanta, Civil War Ghosts of Central Georgia and Savannah, Haunted North Georgia, Haunted Central Georgia, Haunted South Georgia and Mysteries of Georgia’s Military Bases: Ghosts, UFOs, and Bigfoot. He has a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s of education degree from Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus. He taught high school American history for thirty-one years. Over a span of forty years, Jim has logged tens of thousands of miles exploring every nook and cranny in Georgia, as well as Civil War sites throughout the country. He lives in Warner Robins, Georgia, with his wife, Earline.
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