The Appalachian Terror Trail

Welcome to the Appalachian Terror Trail where horrors as old as the ages wait for you Whether it s demon daughters tempting the unsuspecting to their doom, vegetation that turns against it less than moral visitors, or the betrayals thirsty to settle the score, these stories will haunt you in the wee hours of the morning This collection has some stories based loosely baseWelcome to the Appalachian Terror Trail where horrors as old as the ages wait for you Whether it s demon daughters tempting the unsuspecting to their doom, vegetation that turns against it less than moral visitors, or the betrayals thirsty to settle the score, these stories will haunt you in the wee hours of the morning This collection has some stories based loosely based on folklore and others plucked from the author s imagination Walk quietly and carry a big stick down the Appalachian Terror Trail if you dare Don t say we didn t warn you.
The Appalachian Terror Trail Welcome to the Appalachian Terror Trail where horrors as old as the ages wait for you Whether it s demon daughters tempting the unsuspecting to their doom vegetation that turns against it less than m

  • Title: The Appalachian Terror Trail
  • Author: Tamara Woods
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Read this review and more on my blog at [Roxie Writes].'The Appalachian Terror Trail' collected by Tamara Woods⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5/5Finished on January 14, 2017FREE on Kindle Unlimited | $3.99 on KindleBOOK DESCRIPTION:Welcome to the Appalachian Terror Trail where horrors as old as the ages wait for you.In this collection, seven different authors bring us into the Appalachian Mountains, one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, to tell us stories, some based loosely on folklor [...]

    2. I don’t read a lot of horror stories but thought I’d give this one try and really enjoyed it! I thought all the stories would take place in the mountains but I was gladly wrong. Some of them were in the city/towns and others in the mountains. Even if they story took place in a city it still had the Appalachian /South feel. Though I liked all the stores there were a few that really stood out to me and I enjoyed most. The Harper Tree, Scrubbers, The Bone Staircase, and In the Glen were my favo [...]

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