Alice – Story Credits
ABOUT YOUR STORYTELLER:
Cathy Kaemmerlen is a professional storyteller/actress/historical interpreter known for her variety of one-woman shows, her creatively artistic approach to storytelling, and her rapport with audiences. Performing for over 25 years, she has done literally thousands of solo in-school performances throughout the country, using her dance and theatre backgrounds to enrich her tales and bring her characters to life, and her writing skills to craft her varied stories and shows. A performer and “creator of shows” since she can remember, going back to a highly imaginative childhood, she has been a recipient of a choreographer’s fellowship from the South Carolina Arts Commission/NEA and individual artist’s grants from the California Arts Council, Wisconsin Arts Board, and the Georgia Arts Council.
Cathy is the author of two books with the History Press: GENERAL SHERMAN AND THE GEORGIA BELLES: TALES OF WOMEN LEFT BEHIND and THE HISTORIC OAKLAND CEMETERY OF ATLANTA: SPEAKING STONES.
For more on Cathy, please visit her website Tattling Tales.
Photography by Jon Kownacki
Sound Design by Henry Howard
One Response to “Alice – Story Credits”
My name is Will Stackhouse and in reading your story on Alice Flagg I ran across a piece of information that I amd others had been searching for for many years. The Hermitage where Alice lived was until their death in the possession of the now late Clarke and Lillian Willcox. I used to visit the Hermitage and All Saints Waccamaw from my late teens until their death. Many afternoons I sat on the porch with Mr. Willcox and relived the days of Alice’s dreams and tragedies. Both Mr. Willcox and I have wondered about the name of Alice’s fiance with no luck. I read yhe post today and discovered that his name is John Braddock. Could you tell me where and how you came across that name so that I could veriy that for my story tellling and if I ever started writing about Alice and other ghost of Murrells Inlet? I would also like to give credit where credit is due. If you could provide me with information leading to that link I would appreciate it.