Haunted Kernersville

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Nestled between Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point, what was once a sleepy little village, just a stop on the Great Wagon Road, became a thriving community in the nineteenth century. Residents have spent lifetimes looking after one another—and sometimes they continue to do so even in death. Does a young soldier haunt the Kernersville Museum, flirting with the women who work there? Learn the truth of the ghost of the old McCuiston House. Local institutions like the P&N Store and Snow’s Diner also claim their share of spooky experiences. Kernersville Museum director Kelly Hargett and local theater founder Scott Icenhower tell ghost tales that are sometimes comical, sometimes heartwarming and sometimes a little hair-raising.
ISBN: 9781467147552
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: North Carolina
Series: Haunted America
Images: 51
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Kelly McGuire Hargett was born and raised in Western North Carolina and now resides in Kernersville with her family. She currently works as the executive director of the Kernersville Museum, where she truly enjoys hearing the local history from the people of Kernersville. Scott Icenhower retired to Kernersville from the world of finance with his wife, Katie Jo. Scott is a published playwright and author and is working to build a performance venue with his wife in downtown Kernersville. The couple plan to haunt the theater after they’re gone.
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