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by Judy Smith As I turn the calendar page to December, Christmas lights are all aglow along the main street in town, ribbons cascade and tumble from the tops of perfectly shaped fir trees and silver bells, wreaths and garlands adorn front doors and lampposts. There’s just a special type of charm that graces a small Southern town during Christmastime. As the whole town is decked out in its holiday finery, the spirit embraces its citizens like nowhere else.

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As All Hallow’s Eve draws near, the veil between this world and the spirit world becomes thinner and thinner, allowing the way for spirits and ghosts to walk among the living. Nowhere are there more spirits who are forever searching, longing or seeking revenge than along the Natchez Trace. This historic piece of land has a storied past, colored with much evil, deceit and heartache. by Judy Smith

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