Outer Banks Mysteries and Seaside Stories - Study Guide 2. The Gray Man of Hatteras, 4. The Little White Cloud, & 5. The Dram Tree Summary & Analysis

Charles Harry Whedbee
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In 1966, Apprentice Seaman Brooks and his Coast Guard crew are going around warning all the locals and the tourists that a bad hurricane is on the way, and everyone needs to take shelter. On the coast of Cape Hatteras, they see a man standing on the beach, beckoning to the sea as if warning someone in the water that they need to come to shore right away. When Brooks approaches the man, the figure disappears. Most of the crew are already familiar with the Gray Man of Hatteras, as he is called. He is believed to be the ghost of a man named Gray who lived in the 1800's, and who drowned in a sudden storm. Every year, whenever a terrible hurricane is coming, the...

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