From the Back Cover
Fourteen Mind-Boggling Tales from the Peach State
How did a Scottish American come to champion the Cherokees’ causeand serve as their chief for almost forty years?
What did future U.S. President Jimmy Carter see in the sky in January 1969? What moved him four years later to file an official UFO-sighting report describing the luminous object?
Why in the world did self-taught artist Eddie Owens Martin create his own world called Pasaquan, change his name to St. EOM, and come to believe that his upswept hairstyle was an antenna to the great beyond? Who’s to saybut he left behinda historic site that’s truly out of this world.
From the puzzle of lost Confederate gold to the legend of a woman who spent her life waving a white flag of greeting at more than 50,000 passing ships, Mysteries and Legends of Georgia makes history fun and pulls back the curtain on some of the state’s most fascinating and compelling stories.
About the Author
Don Ramblin” Rhodes is the author of four books, including Say It Loud! My Memories of James Brown, Soul Brother No. 1 and Ty Cobb: Safe at Home (both Lyons Press), and of the Augusta Chronicle’s country music column Ramblin’ Rhodes.