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Here is a list of stories I might tell at your event.

(There is more here than will fit one program.)


Grave Digger’s Wife (demon cat - humorous)
Binnorie (Take a listen to this one, old English – spirit’s revenge)
Child Roland (also old English – demonic – cutting off of heads)
Jack and the Haunted House (American – demonic)
Great White Cat (Nordic – trolls - humorous)
Jabberwock (poem)
Bogeyman (another poem)
Worm of Bambourgh Castle (old English – witches)
Three Army Physicians (German – body parts – humorous)
Mister Fox (dreadful)
Horned Women (creepy)
The Monkey’s Paw (very creepy)
Conjure Woman (creepiest)

Halloween is a special time for storytelling. As a member of the Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild, I annually participate in our two Halloween events.

The first of these is "Fright Night", which is held at a place called Dutch Springs. Weather permitting, we gather around a bonfire ringed with Jack-O-Lanterns. Members of the Guild bring out their best scary stories. We try to schedule the event close to a full moon.

The second is "Scary Stories" held at Godfrey Daniels in Bethlehem, PA. This is usually a Wednesday close to Halloween. Again, Guild member tell their best in the cozy, safe environment that is Godfreys.

Look for the Guild announcements for these events at:

www.lvstorytellers.org