Living in the hills of East Tennessee, the tradition of storytelling, oral or otherwise, is often passed down through family members.
But just because someone moves away and leaves the smoky mysterious hills, doesn’t mean traditions die, but rather they travel with them, wherever they go. The result is a little piece of the Tennessee Mountains locked forever inside until one day the tradition is passed down and the story retold.
Such was the case for Mary Carr Johnson of Oklahoma.
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