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Spooky Tales at Vienna Coffee House, October 29

Spooky, Scary Stories will be presented by Smoky Mountain Storytellers Cuz Headrick, Millie Sieber, Stephen Fulbright and Janice Brooks-Headrick at Vienna Coffee House, 212 College St, Maryville, TN. The event will be held Saturday, October 29 from 7-9 pm. Coffee & Desserts will be available. This is for an audience 12 and over. Donations will be appreciated to benefit SMSA Children’s Programs.

Cuz Headrick is an energetic, authentic Appalachian humorist and musician. Cuz true tales, such as "Green Hair" and “Creek's on Fire", are as exciting as his versions of folktales, legends, Jack Tales, oral history, and tall tales. Cuz plays traditional mountain music, songs from his heart on guitar, jaw harp, spoons and round washboard. Cuz shares generations of Mountain Tales and Mountain Music. "I can't help it," Cuz says, "I was raised that way." Cuz can be reached at 865-429-1783 or 865-271-8946

Millie Sieber’s storytelling fascinates both adults and children. Listeners of all ages, from Catoosa County, Georgia to Rochester, New York, in Denmark and in Sweden, respond to her tales with laughter, insights and sometimes–shivers. Whether humorous stories, scary tales, personal narratives, folktales, or stories based on oral history–her listeners say, "Millie Sieber makes stories come alive!" To discuss how her stories can enhance your special event, call 865 310-0177 or email

Janice Brooks-Headrick shares ghost stories, traditional, and personal tales to teach and entertain through stories. Since 1986 she has performed in schools, festivals, churches, and Dollywood, from Jonesborough to New York. CD “Strange Things Happen in the Smokies” SMSA Corresponding Secretary. 865-429-1783

Stephen Fulbright‘s tales of a boy growing up in East Tennessee would make Mark Twain proud. Learning chemistry via snow bombs, physics with tater guns, he became a well known engineer, working for truth, justice and the American way at NASA. Contact: 865-765-4911 or

Published October 28, 2016

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