Eerie Florida: Chilling Tales from the Panhandle to the Keys

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Overview
Shiver with these eerie stories of the Sunshine State after dark. Surrounded by golden beaches, sparkling Atlantic waters, and palm trees as far as the eye can sea, Florida can give the appearance of a tropical paradise, but the Sunshine State is home to numerous eerie legends and mysterious creatures. From reports of an elusive Skunk Ape skulking around the Everglades, to an uncanny doll said to be cursed with a life of its own sits inside a glass case in the Florida Keys to welcome any tourists brave enough to come near, and even the tale of a man in South Florida who constructed his own castle by ways still unknown. Join Mark Muncy and Kari Schultz as they uncover the history behind the state's creepies stories and unusual locations.
Details
ISBN: 9781625859853
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
Date:
State: Florida
Series: American Legends
Images: 67
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Mark Muncy is the creator of Hellview Cemetery, a charity haunted house in central Florida that was so infamous it was banned by the City of St. Petersburg. An author of horror and science fiction, he has spent over three decades collecting ghostly tales and reports of legendary beasts. This is his first work for The History Press. He lives in St. Petersburg, Florida, on the remains of an ancient midden with his fiancée, Kari Schultz. Occasionally, he is visited by his daughters when they remember he is still there. Kari Schultz is a varied illustrator at Fox Dream Studio who enjoys fantasy and horror. She has been working on art as long as she can remember and reading folklore and horror almost as long. She has a short comic featured in Uncanny Adventures: Duo #2 from 8th Wonder Press. This is also her first work for The History Press. She has a thing for foxes. She is being held captive in St Petersburg, Florida, with a small party of fish, snails and plants until she can get more work published. She appreciates good cheese if you have any to spare.