Various Artists | Campfire Tales of the Adirondack North Country

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Campfire Tales of the Adirondack North Country

by Various Artists

When people gather around a campfire, the talk often turns to the strange and unusual--to tales of myths and legends designed to give goose bumps to the unwary listener. The campfire may take the chill out of the night air.
Genre: Spoken Word: Audiobook
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Campfire Greeting
Tim Clukey
0:33 album only
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2. Ghost Hunter Remedy
Gordie Little
3:52 album only
clip
3. Gordie's Ghosts
Gordie Little
5:22 album only
clip
4. MacDonough Hauntings
Doug Skopp
3:47 album only
clip
5. MacDonough Ghosts
Gordie Little
1:54 album only
clip
6. Fred's Ghost
Gordie Little
4:15 album only
clip
7. Camp Jericho Ghosts
Gordie Little
4:53 album only
clip
8. Hawkins Hauntings
Doug Skopp
2:33 album only
clip
9. College Pond Spirit
Doug Skopp
0:59 album only
clip
10. Infant Burials
Gordie Little
1:26 album only
clip
11. Hanging Victim
Penelope Clute
9:27 album only
clip
12. PC Phantoms
Gordie Little
2:05 album only
clip
13. Death Messengers
Gordie Little
1:11 album only
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14. Breakfast Ghosts
Gordie Little
2:22 album only
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15. Hospital Spirits
Doug Skopp
2:15 album only
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16. Lady in the Lake
C. Ortloff
9:42 album only
clip
17. Public Executions
Penelope Clute
5:04 album only
clip
18. Gruesome Apparitions
Gordie Little
0:47 album only
clip
19. Jailed Specters
Gordie Little
1:35 album only
clip
20. The Fire Phantom
Gordie Little
2:39 album only
clip
21. Interview from the Grave
Gordie Little
2:17 album only
clip
22. Native Earthen Spirits
Doug Skopp
1:51 album only
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Album Notes
When people gather around a campfire, the talk often turns to the strange and unusual--to tales of myths and legends designed to give goose bumps to the unwary listener. The campfire may take the chill out of the night air--but if the stories ring true, the light of the fire might be just the thing to breathe unearthly life into the shadows that stir nearby.
Campfire Tales of the Adirondack North Country is a collection of just such stories told by the people who investigated them. For the first time, these recordings capture the mystique and history of the North Country by documenting the tales and legends of the area including hauntings, executions, and mysteries that have been passed down from generation to generation around the campfire.
Find out the gruesome details of how Peggy Facteau and her lover murdered her newborn child. Learn how the jury decided her fate--and why she faced the hangman's noose while her lover was set free. (as told by Penelope Clute, Plattsburgh City Court Judge)
Listen to the many stories of famed ghost hunter Gordie Little as he investigates things that go bump in the night--including his own house that has been visited by various apparitions over the years. Find out how Gordie upset the spirit of a woman that he interviewed from beyond the grave. (as told by well-known TV, radio, and newspaper personality Gordy Little)
Find out how divers stumbled upon the body of a woman in the murky depths 100 feet below the surface of Lake Placid. Discover why she met her fate and just how her body had been perfectly preserved underwater for over 30 years! (as told by C. Ortloff)
Learn about the many ghosts and specters that frequent the hallowed halls of Plattsburgh State University. Find out how campus buildings are being visited by more than just the living. (as told by distinguished SUNY Professor of History, Doug Skopp)

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