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LOUISIANA SWAMPS By Theresa Oliver
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The swamps of South Louisiana holds many secrets. Some say they are haunted. Some say the unrest have taken the form of animals and now guard the swamps. Do mysterious and presumably endangered... More > manlike creatures inhabit swamplands of the southern parts of Louisiana hiding in the Spanish moss so abundant in the swamps? The rougarou is, for all intents and purposes, a werewolf. It was described in the past as a beast with the body of a man and the head of a wolf; however, the monster is described most often these days as a shape-shifting human that can transform into a massive wolf-like creature during the full moon. The rougarou is said to inhabit the swamps, marshes, and bayous of Louisiana and mindlessly slaughters any living thing unfortunate enough to cross its path. Most would consider the rougarou/loup-garou just another legend, a myth and nothing more. After all, there is no physical evidence to support the existence of such a fantastic creature. Or is there?< Less
CULTUS DES LOOGAROO (Cult of the Loogaroo): Louisiana’s Own Legend & Lore of the Vampyre By T. Broussard
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This is the first book to deal explicitly with Louisiana native legend and lore of a most particular, specific type of vampyre known as the Loogaroo, more than merely a blood sucking, shadow hugging... More > member of the undead race made popular in film and fiction, and traditionally found lurking in suitably romantic urban and rural locales. The Cultus des Loogaroo reveals the truths of the Loogaroo group reality and gives the details needed to understand and participate in it. If you have always suspected that there is more to vampire life than appears in print or film, this is your opportunity to pierce the veil, to drink in the raw, unvarnished details and knowledge of one such heretofore hidden reality, that of another race sharing the planet with humanity, and with its own non-violent agenda--to live and let live. This book is an open invitation to know the modern vampyre on its native soil.< Less
CULTUS DES LOOGAROO (Cult of the Loogaroo): Louisiana's Own Legend & Lore of the Vampyre By T. Broussard
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This volume is the first to deal explicitly with Louisiana native legend and lore of a most particular, specific type of vampyre known as the Loogaroo, along with their rituals and practices, and... More > their sorcery, Loogaria, a term coined by the author. The Cultus des Loogaroo reveals the truths of the Loogaroo group reality and gives the details needed to understand and participate in it. If you have always suspected that there is more to vampire life than appears in print or film, this is your opportunity to pierce the veil, to drink in the raw, unvarnished details and knowledge of one such heretofore hidden reality, that of another race sharing the planet with humanity, with its own surprising, non-violent agenda--to live and let live. This book is an open invitation to know the modern vampyre on its native soil. Do you dare to R.S.V.P.?< Less
Cultus des Loogaroo (Cult of the Loogaroo): Louisiana’s Own Legend & Lore of the Vampyre By T. Broussard
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This is the first book to deal explicitly with Louisiana native legend and lore of a most particular, specific type of vampyre known as the Loogaroo, more than merely a blood sucking, shadow hugging... More > member of the undead race made popular in film and fiction, and traditionally found lurking in suitably romantic urban and rural locales. The Cultus des Loogaroo reveals the truths of the Loogaroo group reality and gives the details needed to understand and participate in it. If you have always suspected that there is more to vampire life than appears in print or film, this is your opportunity to pierce the veil, to drink in the raw, unvarnished details and knowledge of one such heretofore hidden reality, that of another race sharing the planet with humanity, and with its own non-violent agenda--to live and let live. This book is an open invitation to know the modern vampyre on its native soil.< Less
The Legend of Running Booty By Craig JC
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In a Louisiana town where mysterious stories and lore hang in the air like Spanish moss, the Doucetts are a hard-scrabble couple trying hard to keep the innocence of their two twin boys. But when a... More > hard-charging hurricane bears down on the town, an uncanny lesson about the past – and legend --- unfolds.< Less
The Legend of Running Booty By Craig JC
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In a Louisiana town where mysterious stories and lore hang in the air like Spanish moss, the Doucetts are a hard-scrabble couple trying hard to keep the innocence of their two twin boys. But when a... More > hard-charging hurricane bears down on the town, an uncanny lesson about the past – and legend --- unfolds.< Less
Legend Upon the Cane By Keith R. Rees
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Legend Upon the Cane is the tale of the courageous chief of the Natchitoches Indians and the French explorer, Louis de St. Denis. Travel along with Chief Natchitos on this legendary and historic... More > adventure as he leads his tribe from the banks of the Sabine River to the lush area of the Cane River, where he meets the French explorers, led by Louis de St. Denis. Then, travel with them to the bayous of South Louisiana and Lake Pontchartrain where his tribe must flee to escape a terrible famine. It is a foreign land where they must learn to adapt, but also must learn to live alongside an unfamiliar tribe, the Acolapissa. Soon, they will face the ultimate challenge in an epic battle to win their freedom and bravely escape to their homeland. Upon their historic return in 1714 with the French settlers, they establish the oldest settlement of the Louisiana Purchase, Natchitoches.< Less
Legend Upon the Cane By Keith R. Rees
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Legend Upon the Cane is the tale of the courageous chief of the Natchitoches Indians and the French explorer, Louis de St. Denis. Travel along with Chief Natchitos on this legendary and historic... More > adventure as he leads his tribe from the banks of the Sabine River to the lush area of the Cane River, where he meets the French explorers, led by Louis de St. Denis. Then, travel with them to the bayous of South Louisiana and Lake Pontchartrain where his tribe must flee to escape a terrible famine. It is a foreign land where they must learn to adapt, but also must learn to live alongside an unfamiliar tribe, the Acolapissa. Soon, they will face the ultimate challenge in an epic battle to win their freedom and bravely escape to their homeland. Upon their historic return in 1714 with the French settlers, they establish the oldest settlement of the Louisiana Purchase, Natchitoches.< Less
Legend Upon the Cane By Keith R. Rees
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Legend Upon the Cane is the tale of the courageous chief of the Natchitoches Indians and the French explorer, Louis de St. Denis. Travel along with Chief Natchitos on this legendary and historic... More > adventure as he leads his tribe from the banks of the Sabine River to the lush area of the Cane River, where he meets the French explorers, led by Louis de St. Denis. Then, travel with them to the bayous of South Louisiana and Lake Pontchartrain where his tribe must flee to escape a terrible famine. It is a foreign land where they must learn to adapt, but also must learn to live alongside an unfamiliar tribe, the Acolapissa. Soon, they will face the ultimate challenge in an epic battle to win their freedom and bravely escape to their homeland. Upon their historic return in 1714 with the French settlers, they establish the oldest settlement of the Louisiana Purchase, Natchitoches.< Less
Reunion: The Making of a Legend By Bobby Sutton Jr.
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The darkness of the bayous and swamps of Southern Louisiana hides an evil that resides deep within the backwoods of the oak lined Atchafalaya Basin surrounding the small Cajun town of Breaux Bridge.... More > Some people are able to escape the darkness in their clouded reality but their subconscious mind often finds ways to manipulate their nightmares into remembering the past and creating the prospect of a horrific future. The Cajun legends and folklore that have instilled fear into generations of children raised on the Bayou often are born from reality. Randy is a successful man with a great life, but something in his past is tearing him apart. He left his life in the deep south along with his friends, his family and his true love Michelle right after High School. But he had to leave. He thought by leaving he would take the pain and the guilt with him to spare everyone else he cared about. But his nightmares are becoming more intense and the memories of that awful night haunt him.< Less