Mary Hamilton | Haunting Tales: Live from Culbertson Mansion

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Haunting Tales: Live from Culbertson Mansion

by Mary Hamilton

Enjoy an old-fashioned scare as Mary haunts you with her storytelling.
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Storytelling
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sam'l
8:28 $1.20
2. The Beaded Bag
8:37 $1.20
3. Tailypo
11:15 $1.10
4. Sop Doll
13:54 $1.90
5. Promises to Keep
8:04 $1.20
6. The Men in the Open Grave
3:27 $0.50
7. The Woman in Brown
4:10 $0.60
8. Mr. Fox
12:16 $1.80
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Album Notes
Stories Include:
"Sam'l" a folktale featuring poor dead Samuel and a hungry Graveyard Worm!
"The Beaded Bag" the vanishing hitchiker, Victorian style.
"Tailypo" the classic tale of the creature who just wants his tail back. Problem? the tale has been eaten.
"Sop Doll" find out what happens when Jack meets the witch cats.
"Promises to Keep" Civil War based historical fiction and a love story, all rolled into one.
"The Men in the Open Grave" a humorous tale showcasing the amazing power of perception to motivate action!
"The Woman in Brown" a tale of a woman determined to take milk from a store and not pay for it. Find out why.
"Mr. Fox" Brave and resourceful Lady Mary shines in this tale as she brings Mr. Fox to justice.

Excerpts from reviews of earlier-released audiocassette version:
"You'll hear old favorites such as Tailypo and Sop Doll, a Victorian version of the vanishing hitchiker story. There is the deliciously ghoulish Sam'l featuring slurping sound effects of the graveyard worm and a touching and eerie Civil War story...There is a nice mix of stories, making it of interest to both children (grade 3+) and adults. The Second Story Review, 9/96.

"Hamilton's vocal special effects are excellent. Her voice changes for different characters bring them to life. Her 'special sounds'(animals, groans, screeches, etc.) are spooky and fun. . . This recording will be in demand in school and public libraries, especially at Halloween." School Library Journal, 9/96.



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