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The States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Western Maryland are home to some very special people. Believe me we know. My wife and I have traveled from Canada to Mexico. We have roamed across the entire “lower 48” of this great country. In our travels, we have met some wonderful people in every state and from all walks of life. But as the old saying goes, there is no place like home.
Likewise, there are no people like “Mountain Folks” especially those of the Coal producing States of the Appalachian Mountains.
Our mission goal at Kentucky Tennessee Living is to “Boldly Claim the Coal Mining History of Mountain Folks and the Coal Camp towns of Appalachia.” To Highlight the Parks and Events in and around the Coal Camps and to spark an interest in tourism to those areas of the States.
Our greatest desire is to Promote the Miners, Storytellers, Artists, Musicians, Photographers, and Craftsmen who keep our heritage alive while working to build a better tomorrow for the People of the Mountains.
As we wrap up the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Prosecution case against Doctor Marshall Benton Taylor, the Defense gets set to put on their case.
The Dwayyo sometimes called the Snarly Yow is a legend that comes out of the Appalachian Mountains that are located in Maryland.
We will discuss the testimonies of Ruben McFall, Granville Cox, and John Branham. Did their testimonies help or hurt the case against Doctor Marshall Benton Taylor?
As we go through the Trial Transcripts so far, we have seen that the case for the Commonwealth of Virginia is not going very well against Doctor Taylor.
One of the biggest otherworldly events took place in 1955 in Kelly-Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
There were three attempts on his person for the life of Ira Mullins and the last one succeeded.
Dr. Marshal Benton Taylor was the son of a Scott County farmer, whose family was well known throughout South West Virginia.