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Storytelling Festival 2015: Rain dampens but canít defeat

A weekend of rain may have slowed ticket sales, but it didnít appear to dampen the enthusiasm for the nearly 9,000 festival goers who braved the weather to hear dozens of performers at this yearís National Storytelling Festival.

ďItís been brilliant, absolutely brilliant,Ē said Cynthia Hartman who, with her husband, Steve, were first time festival attendees, visiting from their home in Sydney, Australia.

Held Oct. 2-4, this 43rd annual festival welcomed storytellers from all over the world as they shared their tales with visitors from South Carolina, Florida, Oklahoma, Mississippi, New Hampshire, even London, England, to name just a few. More...

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