Coweta Arts Tidbits
The Successor To Newnan-Coweta Arts Council News Releases
Composed By: Forrest W. Schultz 770-583-3258
October 7, 2008
Christina Barber Speaks About Southside Ghosts to Fayette County Library on Sat.
Authored the Study Spirits of Georgia's Southern Crescent
Soon after Coweta County author Christina Barber won a Dream Realm Award for her paranormal thriller Greystone in 2006, she was given a contract by Schiffer Publishing Company to do a study of ghost stories in the counties south of Atlanta, which are sometimes collectively referred to as the Southern Arc or the Southern Crescent. The results of her study were published earlier this year under the title of Spirits of Georgia's Southern Crescent.
She will be giving a talk on her study on Saturday October 11 from 1 PM to 2 PM at the Fayette County Public Library on 1821 Heritage Parkway in Fayetteville. Here is the press release issued by the Library:
Spirits of Georgia's Southern Crescent:" Saturday, October 11, 1-2 p.m. presentation and book-signing by author Christina Barber. This book takes you on an eerie tour of Fayetteville, Grantville, Newnan, and Union City, spotlighting the myths, legends and ghost stories haunting this historic region. Meet Doc Holliday's ghost, said to frequent the Holliday Dorsey Fife House and Museum; he just may lock you inside! Read about Baker Bob, poltergeist George, and a female apparition in Coweta County who wanders the train tracks at night, screaming for her lost child. Whether an icy touch, ethereal whisper, or shadowy figures, this part of Georgia has many tales that will chill you. Free of charge and open to the public.
Library info is available on its website http://www.fayettecountyga.gov/public_library.
Info on Christina Barber is available on her website www.christinabarber.net
Tuesday, October 07, 2008
[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Christina Barber Speaks About Southside Ghosts to Fayette County Library on Saturday
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