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June 18 12:19 PM

‘Shadow Files’ book signing, discussion June 18

On Monday, June 18, Shreve Memorial Library’s Broadmoor Resource Center invites the public to a book discussion and signing, hosted by Dr. Cheryl White. Dr. White will discuss her recent publication, “The Shadow Files.”

The event will take place at 5:30 p.m. in the meeting room at the branch located at 1212 Captain Shreve Drive.

The publication is a selection of tales from Dr. White’s weekly radio commentary series, “The Shadow Files,” broadcasted on Red River Public Radio.

Join Dr. White as she leads a discussion about historic legends and folklore.

She will explore urban legends, facts, and fictions that support these tales of ghosts and mysteries. A book signing will follow, and books will be available for purchase.

Dr. Cheryl White is an associate professor of history at LSU Shreveport, where she teaches medieval and early modern Europe as well as British history. Dr. White has also been actively engaged in the field of local history, and she has published numerous books and journal articles. She is a frequent speaker and guest lecturer, and her popular Historic Haunts of Shreveport tours continue to raise funds for historic preservation in the region.

For more information about this program, please visit www.shreve-lib.org.

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