Stories From A New England Campfire
If you’ve ever been camping, I’m sure you are familiar with that late night setting around the campfire. That time in the night where everyone quiets down and someone comes forth with a tale of horror or ghostly apparitions. While the flames dance in the fire, friends and family lean forward as the storyteller weaves their words for all to hear. The stories are at times fun, sometimes scary, and every now and again one wonders if they were true. ‘Stories From A New England Campfire’ is a collection of nine such short stories written by the author. Whether by the fireside, around the fireplace at home, or tucked in bed before going to sleep, let this book weave its web of tales before you put out the flames or turn off the light.
This book will take you deep into the forest where ghostly figures roam and creatures of lore still exist. Follow its pages along pristine waterways in search of peace, only to find chaos and tribulation. Learn of the screams from long ago past, and sit by the fireplace with settlers in a time when anything beyond the coastline was frontier. Climb high into the mountains to witness bizarre events. And afterwards, when you are laying in the dark, do not so easily dismiss even the lightest of sounds. For we do know what is that may be prowling in the shadows at night.
- J. F. French VII, January 2012
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