Forgotten Tales of Florida

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With such a rich and significant history, it's only natural that some of the best stories from the Sunshine State have been forgotten over time. Thankfully, master storyteller and St. Augustine resident Bob Patterson offers this collection of the strangest, most fascinating stories and legends in Florida's history from coast to coast, swamp to swamp. Enjoy the saga of William Ellis, a North Florida nature whisperer who escaped from his nursing home with the help of his varmint friends; step into the murk and mystery of the vanishing tribes of the Everglades; and could there really be gator-hungry sharks lurking in the St. John's River? These stories and so many more await when you explore the Forgotten Tales of Florida.
ISBN: 9781596297999
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Florida
Series: Forgotten Tales
Images: 19
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 5 (w) x 7 (h)
A resident of St. Augustine, Bob Patterson is a professional singer, songwriter, and storyteller with over forty years of experience. He has performed at clubs and festivals all over the United States, and on national syndicated radio and television programs. He has lived in Florida for over fifty years, and has performed at the Florida Folk Festival for forty years, even opening for Emmy Lou Harris in 2005. He is the co-founder of the Gamble Rogers Folk Festival and served as the event's artistic director for over thirteen years. He is a member of the Florida Storytelling Guild and a Board member of the Florida Storytelling Association.
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