Tag: Campfire Stories

Campus Theatre: Denton, TX

This post is a combination of my Close to Home series and it is more than a bit of a Campfire Story because every theater has a ghost. I’m pretty sure it is almost a requirement. The Campus Theatre is home to Theatre Denton, this is the local community theatre in Denton, TX. Keltin and

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Campfire Stories: Christmas Ghost Stories

We often think of Halloween as the time to tell ghost stories but it is not the only holiday worthy of them. Christmas has a number of scary stories and beasts attributed to it. Tales that have been pasted through the generations, morphed and adapted from older winter holiday traditions. These stories share similar themes:

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Campfire Stories: Lake Crescent

I really enjoyed last weeks campfire story and thought I’d share some more. Trigger warning, one of the below stories does involve homicide. While visiting Lake Crescent on our honeymoon we learned the myth of Mount Storm King. Lake Crescent and Lake Sutherland were once one lake. The local tribes were at war, angered by

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Local Legends: Lake Worth’s Cryptid

October calls for spooky stories! A big part of camping is telling stories around the campfire. Some of these are made up on the spot, some are passed down through family traditions, and some are based on local legends but they all typically have one thing in common – they are creepy. Let’s gather around

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