Bizarre Bluegrass includes strange but true stories from Kentucky’s past including hoaxes; ghost towns; missing persons; a brain-teasing puzzle designed by professor/magician Tobin, who taught science at EKU back when it was called Central University; the mystery of Pearl Bryan’s missing head; a mass hallucination; little-known Abraham Lincoln stories and more.
Meet the Author
Keven McQueen is author of 20 books covering American history, the supernatural, biography, historical true crime, and what he calls real-life surrealism. His books include Horror in the Heartland: Strange and Gothic Tales from the Midwest, Creepy California: Strange and Gothic Tales from the Golden State, Weird Wild West: True Tales of the Strange and Gothic, and New England Nightmares: True Tales of the Strange and Gothic. His work has been anthologized by the Jesse Stuart Foundation and Texas Christian University Press. He has guested on radio shows and podcasts including Darkness Radio, 30 Odd Minutes, Paranormal View, Blurry Photos, Controversial TV, Most Notorious, Thorne and Cross Haunted Nights Live, Mind’s Eye, Still Unsolved, and Fringe Radio. Recently, his books have been mentioned in articles in the New York Times and on the Daily Beast/Yahoo News. McQueen is a senior lecturer in English at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond.