This idea comes from the Chickasaw Nation. Storytelling is an important part of Chickasaw culture, and who doesn’t love a good spooky story?
Storytelling is an important part of many rural cultures, probably including yours. That makes this a great idea for any small town to adapt and use.
In fact, why not start building your troop of local storytellers, so you can add storytelling elements to more of your local events?
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