In the early 1900s, a cabin sat near Stebbins, or what is now Oak Level, Virginia. It was known as "Aunt Tabby Anderson's Place.
Life in early Appalachia wasn't always about outlaws and the thrill of blockading. It wasn't always gunfire and violence.
A poor Irish immigrant named Ardan came to America, just after the Revolutionary War. He found peace and tranquility in Roan Mountain.
The situation with John Gamble did not bode well for West Virginia cases that alleged paranormal involvement. Oddly enough, there was an unspoken change
William Wheatley and his wife rode to a religious service at neighbor's house in 1819. The Rye Cove area of Scott County still wasn’t
[Collected from various sources] The slaughterhouse fell into decay as the years passed by. No one wanted it.
As with many controversial cases in history, rumors of a curse emerged in the years following the trial and execution. Some people claim it
Jackson's trial went from April 21 through May 14. The prosecution had 113 witnesses, his defense had 83.