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americanfolklore.net  
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adventure on 5
what is a folk 3
tale tale 12
what is halloween 17
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tales & stories 6
stories tales 6
tales and stories 9
girl on white 1
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en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
amazon.com 22,358,187
youtube.com 30,834,319
imdb.com 6,038,962
halloween-website.com 3,091
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1.
Sachs Bridge from American Folklore
Aug 27, 2008 ... I don’t know what exactly draws me back to Sachs Bridge each time I visit Gettysburg. I just know that I feel compelled to drive there and ...
2.
Scary Halloween Stories: Creepy Ghost Stories for Halloween Night!
New scary Halloween stories published every week until October 31st! ... She took delight in the misery of others, and made things miserable for the folks ...
3.
The Yellow Ribbon: A Wisconsin Spooky Story from American Folklore
And she always wore a yellow dress to match the ribbon around her neck. It finally occurred to Johnny that he and Jane were going steady, ...
4.
Christmas Gift: A Florida Folktale from American Folklore
The gifts given and received in this manner are good enough to keep the custom ... So now the Devil plays hurricane games with the east coast of Florida ...
5.
La Mala Hora: A New Mexico ghost story from American Folklore
La Mala Hora retold by S. E. Schlosser. My friend Isabela called me one evening before dinner. She was sobbing as she told me that she and her husband ...
6.
Heroes & Villains: Famous folklore stories about Paul Bunyan ...
Read all about dashing heroes and dastardly villians who have made their mark on American history and folklore.
7.
Tongue Twisters and Tongue Twister Tales by S.E. Schlosser
Read tongue twister tales by American Folklore author SE Schlosser.
8.
Pecos Bill Rides a Tornado: A Kansas Tall Tale from American Folklore
Now everyone in the West knows that Pecos Bill could ride anything. No bronco could throw him, ... Now Bill wasn't gonna ride jest any tornado, no ma'am. ...
9.
Bigfoot Wallace and the Hickory Nuts
Found them Comanches eatin’ his horses torturing and eating his horses ... And wouldn’t ya know there wasn’t one hickory nut that hadn’t been split open! ...
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American Folklore: Famous American folktales, tall tales, myths ...
You can read about all sorts of famous characters like Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, Daniel Boone, ... Children's Stories. Campfire Tales * American Folk Songs ...
 
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