Come Listen to a Ghost Story by the Fireside

Whether you’re dressing as Lady Gaga or a Zombie for Halloween this year, I’m sure we can all agree that candy and spooky stories are some of the best Halloween traditions. And while you may not have the time this season to take the family on a camping trip to share delightfully spooky stories, the West Virginia Network has a solution. They’re putting together a series of webisodes to (hopefully) freak you out! All of the stories come from Ruth Ann Musick’s book The Telltale Lilac Bush and Other West Virginia Ghost Tales, and air on thewvnetwork YouTube channel. Check out the first two stories below!

The Telltale Lilac Bush

A Head and A Body

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