9780762770243

Campfire Tales, 3rd : Ghoulies, Ghosties, and Long-Leggety Beasties

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  • ISBN13:

    9780762770243

  • ISBN10:

    0762770244

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2011-08-02
  • Publisher: FalconGuides
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Summary

A crackling fire, the smell of s'mores, an eerie howl in the distance. Refresh your childhood memories with some good old-fashioned horror stories that you can share with your kids. Former scout leader William Forgey compiled this collection of tales as a valuable resource for storytelling. With memorable plots and characters, each tale can be told around the campfire rather than read. Campfire Talesincludes seventeen original and classic tales bursting at the seams with ghosts, graveyards, and things that go bump in the night. A handy outline after each story assists in telling tales by firelight, and the book also includes ten tips that can make anyone a great storyteller.

Author Biography

William Forgey, MD, is the author of fourteen wilderness medicine and camping books, including Basic Essentials Wilderness First Aid (FalconGuides). He is a full-time family medicine practitioner and a former Boy Scout scoutmaster. He lives in Indiana. Paul Hoffman’s work graces books of many genres—children’s titles, textbooks, story collections, natural history volumes, and cookbooks. His illustrations can also be found in Globe Pequot Press’s Spooky series. He lives in Massachusetts.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. viii
Introduction: How to Tell, and Find, a Ghost Storyp. 1
The Graveyard Ratsp. 7
The Diamond Stickpinp. 20
Gold Toothp. 28
Beneath the Lone Postp. 38
Lost Facep. 43
The Bogp. 65
The Walking Stickp. 86
The Indian Headp. 94
The Nightmare Trailp. 112
The Bloody Hand Anonymous adaptedp. 123
One Summer Nightp. 130
The Strangerp. 136
The Manorp. 147
The Companionp. 163
The Minnesota Maggot of Deathp. 172
Running Wolfp. 179
Tatanka Sapa and His Medicine Bowp. 209
Sourcesp. 214
About the Authorp. 216
About the Illustratorp. 216
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