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Tales of the Oak

Tales of the Oak

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Published by Paul J Bristow
Written by Magic Torch, illustrated by Andy Lee and supported by Heritage Lottery Fund Scotland. (please note, may take a little time to load due to image files)

Magic Torch presents a terrifying selection of stories adapted from and inspired by Inverclyde folklore and legends.

Within, are cursed treasure maps, serpent worshipping cultists, trolls, ghosts, undead pirates and graverobbers in tales told by some of our most infamous horrors - Captain Kidd, Granny Kempock and Auld Dunrod.

Dare you shine a flickering candle on the darker corners of our local folklore?

www.talesoftheoak.co.uk

This special digital edition includes a preview of The Archivists Treasure.
Written by Magic Torch, illustrated by Andy Lee and supported by Heritage Lottery Fund Scotland. (please note, may take a little time to load due to image files)

Magic Torch presents a terrifying selection of stories adapted from and inspired by Inverclyde folklore and legends.

Within, are cursed treasure maps, serpent worshipping cultists, trolls, ghosts, undead pirates and graverobbers in tales told by some of our most infamous horrors - Captain Kidd, Granny Kempock and Auld Dunrod.

Dare you shine a flickering candle on the darker corners of our local folklore?

www.talesoftheoak.co.uk

This special digital edition includes a preview of The Archivists Treasure.

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Published by: Paul J Bristow on Oct 22, 2013
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auld dunrodcaptain kidd
featuring ...
 
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ublished by
Magic Torch Comics 
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o part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means withoutpermission in writing from the publisher except for the purposes of review. Thisbook is strictly not for sale or resale by third parties in either physical or digitaleditions, it has been grant funded by Heritage Lottery Fund to be distributed forfree. Magic Torch generate no income from this publication.
P
rinting co-ordinated by
New Vision Print, Jamaica Street,Greenock 
Edited Digital Edition published October 2013
A
rtwork
Andy Lee 
L
ettering, typeset and pre press
trust design 
A
ll stories researched, retold, embellished and scripted by
Magic Torc
ordirectly adapted from local folktales and ballads, except
Slenderma
- writtenby
Inverclyde Academy 
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Magic Torch 
. The
Slenderma
meme and mythos wereoriginated online by
Victor Surge 
.
Magic Torch 
are all volunteers, we do this for chuckles and glory and becausewe believe that local heritage has a vital role to play in genuine regeneration- we have spent the last 15 years trying to prove that in all sorts of ways,from publishing books and working within schools to directly campaigning aroundcommunity use of local built heritage. This comic is part of the Tales of the Oakproject, supported by Heritage Lottery Fund. It has also published Wee Nasties achildrens book introducing younger audiences to local folklore.
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@aulddunrod Magic Torch 
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t
he folk roundabout weren’t so keen about it, and came
hunting 
T
he
witch 
they hanged here
howled 
her
vengeance 
,and as she
choked 
she
screamed 
The Curse of Crow MountLovely picnic spot don’t you think?Though after
dark 
this
ancient woodland 
at the
edge of the town 
 was said to be a
haunt of witches.
Like I say...nice place for a
westop 
and a
think 
about...

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