Human readings of Classic Literature and Poetry recorded and distributed under Creative Commons Licensing.
This site allows users to learn about the history of North Carolina ghost stories, to read, see, and hear actual ghost stories, and to create a story of their own.
Founded in 1973, the Southern Oral History Program seeks to foster a critical yet democratic understanding of the South – its history, culture, problems, and prospects. We have recorded more than 2,900 interviews with men and women from all walks of life, and currently maintain an active research and teaching program. The site includes information about the project and its activities, and recordings of interviews collected by the project.