Georgia folktale about a clever blacksmith who, with the help of an old witch woman, helps fool the Devil as death is approaching.
Travel down The Moonlit Road and you’ll likely bump into many strange Southern creatures. Stories of witches like the Boo Hag or the conjurer in Sleepyhead. Or the devil itself in stories like The Nut Eating Devil. Perhaps creatures of the unknown like those in Green Eyes or The Wampas Mask. Even pumpkins can be sinister creatures, like those in Patin’s Punkin Patch. The American South is full of such creature stories, as you will see and hear below.