The Moonlit Road Podcast
Ghost stories, folktales, myths and legends from the dark backroads of the American South, told by the region's best storytellers. Original short stories and classic campfire tales. Website: http://themoonlitroad.com

Late storyteller Chuck Larkin gives us another take on the Christmas story, through the eyes of a young shepherd who can't find the right gift to give baby Jesus.  Written and told by Chuck Larkin, recorded by Henry Howard at Audiocraft in Stone Mountain, GA. 

Direct download: TMRP_29_121911.mp3
Category:Storytelling -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

Someone, or something, is eating the cookies left out for Santa Claus.  If it ain't Santa, we're in trouble.  Christmas holiday story written by Craig Dominey, told by Babs Bagriansky and recorded by Henry Howard at Audiocraft, Stone Mountain, GA.

Direct download: TMRP_28_120711.mp3
Category:Storytelling -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

Trickster tale about a blacksmith who uses three wishes granted by the local witch to avoid being sent to Hell.  Sounds like a plan to us.  Written and told by David Hirt, recorded by Henry Howard at Audiocraft, Stone Mountain, GA.

Direct download: TMRP_27_112411.mp3
Category:Storytelling -- posted at: 9:00am EDT

Ghost story of a Hollywood screenwriter who has the misfortune of stumbling across a haunted Atlanta hotel while scouting movie locations. Written by Craig Dominey, told by Jim McAmis, soundscaped by Henry Howard.

Direct download: TMRP_26_111111.mp3
Category:Storytelling -- posted at: 9:00am EDT

TMR Podcast: Episode 25 - The Bell Witch Cave

The famous Bell Witch hauntings in Tennessee come to spooky life for two kids who foolishly explore the dark passages of the Bell Witch Cave. Written by Craig Dominey and Babs Bagriansky, told by Babs Bagriansky.  Soundcaped by Henry Howard at Audiocraft

Direct download: TMRP_25_102511.mp3
Category:Storytelling -- posted at: 9:00am EDT

Historic ghost story from coastal Georgia about a kind teacher who risks everything to give an African-American boy an education. Written by Craig Dominey and Curtis Richardson, told by Curtis Richardson.  Soundscaped by Henry Howard.

Direct download: TMRP_24_101711.mp3
Category:Storytelling -- posted at: 9:00am EDT

Spooky tale about a young Florida who goes to ghastly lengths to get the perfect prom dress.  Written and told by Richard and Judy Dockrey Young from their audiobook "There's No Such Thing As Ghosts," used by permission.  

Direct download: TMRP_23_092711.mp3
Category:Storytelling -- posted at: 8:12pm EDT

African-American folktale from Alabama about a magical tree that must rescue slaves from their evil taskmaster.  Written and told by Lester Thomas.  Directed by Craig Dominey, soundscaped by Henry Howard at Audiocraft, Stone Mountain, GA.

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Direct download: TMRP_22_090611.mp3
Category:Storytelling -- posted at: 9:30am EDT

Trixster folktale from Alabama about how the Devil can split up even the most lovey-dovey couple.  Adapted from folklore by Craig Dominey and Evelyn McCray, told by Evelyn McCray.  Recorded and soundscaped by Henry Howard at Audiocraft, Stone Mountain, GA.

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Direct download: TMRP_21_081511.mp3
Category:Storytelling -- posted at: 6:19am EDT

Creepy haunted house is discovered by two young girls deep in the Alabama woods.  What's in the haunted house?  Of course, they have to find out!  Story written and told by Anne Gilstrap.  Soundscaped by Henry Howard.

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Direct download: TMRP_20_072811.mp3
Category:Storytelling -- posted at: 6:30pm EDT