Outer Banks Mysteries and Seaside Stories Setting & Symbolism

Charles Harry Whedbee
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The Dram Tree, appears in 5. The Dram Tree

The dram tree is a hollow tree growing in Edenton harbor. For good luck, every ship that enters the harbor leaves a bottle of rum in the tree, and every ship leaving the harbor takes some rum from it.

Bucca the Bull, appears in 7. The Legend of Old Buck

Bucca is a bull possessed by the spirit of Saint George's dragon. He watches over the children of Hatteras Island, and makes sure that the good ones get Christmas presents.

The Golden Drum of Bonnie Charlie, appears in 10. Rodanthe's Drum of Old Christmas

This drum is known by many names, but it originated at a battle between England and Scotland. It is now in North Carolina, and is only played on January 6.

Old Christmas, appears in 7. The Legend of Old Buck, & 10. Rodanthe's Drum of Old Chri

Old Christmas is on January...

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