Nash black weaves yarns using the Cumberland River as binding twine. Scientific fact, recorded history, and ecological observations exist side-by-side with superstition, folklore, and myths. Each person tells his story in an oral tradition as old as the mountains of their origin, as to his conception of the world of the paranormal.
Praise for Haints
“I read, ‘Don’t Go There’ and truly think it is a fantastic story, as it sounds so realistic.” Dr. Lynnwood Montell, Ghosts Along the Cumberland.
“I wanted to pull the blanket around my shoulders, check out the shadowy corners of the room, then keep reading for the next story to send shivers up my spine.” Paige Cummings, Under the Liberty Oak.