Folk Lore


Stories of the Hearth
By: Edited by Brian J. Hatcher
Softcover, 128 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9829937-8-1

The mountain people of the Appalachians have all kinds of folk tales, legends, and stories that are told around the fireplace on those cold and snowy nights as the wind howls through the trees. Stories from the Hearth has received a “WOW!” Rating. —Lone Star Book Review (April 2014)

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Appalachian Winter Hauntings
By: Edited by Michael Knost and Mark Justice
Softcover, 134 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9824939-5-3

PERFECT FOR THE FALL and WINTER SEASON: Appalachian Winter Hauntings: Weird Tales from the Mountains includes eleven bone-chilling accounts, penned by many of the preeminent storytellers in the business. These stories are appropriate to the Appalachian region and relative to the heart of the winter season. This anthology is dark and cold and is designed for cozying up close to a blazing fireplace on the coldest of winter nights.


By: Jessie Grayson and Ellen Thompson McCloud
Softcover, 140 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9829937-7-4

Shadows and Mountains: Fireside Stories From the Dark Heart of Appalachia. Glimpse beyond the stunning beauty of Appalachia into what hides beneath. Allow these stories to guide you down spooky hollow roads and deep into the mysterious mountains within its dark heart, where monsters, mayhem and madness abound and things are never exactly as they seem.


The Mothman Files
By: Bram Stoker Award-Winner Michael Knost
Softcover, 164 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9829937-5-0

REGULAR $21.95

Foreword by Jeff Wamsley, Author of "Mothman: Behind the Red Eyes"
Afterword By Thomas F. Monteleone

(Anthology Edited by Michael Knost, author of the 2014 novel "Return of the Mothman")

MOUNTAIN MAGIC: Spellbinding Tales of Appalachia — SALE PRICE!

Mtn Magic
By: Editor Brian J. Hatcher; Foreword Lucy A. Snyder
Softcover, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9829937-0-5

Regularly $18.95

Foreword by Lucy A. Snyder

The power of magic is the power of story. Both use illusion to illustrate the truth. Both create worlds with a few magical words. And both have the power to change us forever. The Appalachian Mountains are full of stories. And magic.


Dark Tales of Terror
By: Ediited By 2010 Bram Stoker Award Winner Michael Knost
Softcover, 170 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9824939-6-0

Experience sixteen bone-chilling short stories by Appalachian writers with strong appetites for the macabre. Within these pages lie terrifying ghost tales sure to cause more than a few sleepless nights. Dark Tales of Terror is a gripping anthology—full of Southern fried horror of the first degree—assembled by 2010 Bram Stoker Award winner Michael Knost.

Specters In Coal Dust

Specters In Coal Dust
By: Edited by Bram Stoker Award-Winner Michael Knost
Softcover, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9829937-1-2

The depth and darkness of the coalmine has been described as the blackest of black, the loneliest of lonely, and the coldest of c-o-l-d. American miners have tunneled the earth’s bowels for the black diamond since the early 1700s, and unexplained tales of ghosts and specters have made their way to the surface with nearly every load of anthracite.

Legends of the Mountain State 4

Legends 4
By: Edited by Bram Stoker Award-winner Michael Knost
Softcover, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9824939-9-1

Appalachian Case Study: UFO Sightings, Alien Encounters, & Unexplained Phenomena, Vol. 2

Appalachian Case Study
By: Kyle Lovern
Softcover, 170 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9824939-3-9

West Virginia journalist Kyle Lovern is at it again—creating another fascinating book about eyewitness accounts of UFOs and strange encounters from the Appalachian region. His first book, Appalachian Case Study: UFO Sightings, Alien Encounters and Unexplained Phenomena, took readers on an amazing journey of exploration through the eyes of many down-to-earth folks who told Lovern about their experiences. Using his background in newspaper and radio, Lovern conducted interviews with various citizens about their unusual encounters and extraordinary experiences.

Legends of the Mountain State 3

Legends of the Mountain State 3
By: Editor Michael Knost
Softcover, 144 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9824939-2-2

Foreword by beloved American author, Homer Hickam

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