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"When the sun sets on long days at the beach, families still reach for Charles Harry Whedbee's beloved Outer Banks legends and spooky stories, years after the raconteur of Nags Head put them to paper." Though a Greenville resident, Whedbee was especially fond of Nags Head. His uncle owned one of the 13 original cottages there. As a writer, Whedbee was quite proficient in blending the real and made-up in his stories, many of which he shared on the popular morning television program, Carolina Today.