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Thousands of North Carolinians take great delight in Charles Whedbee's books about the Outer Banks. In this NEW EAST interview, Blansfield talks with Whedbee about his childhood days at Nags Head, his writing, and his deep ties to the people and legends of the Outer Banks.
Charles Harry Whedbee (1875-1945) was Greenville’s chief district court judge who dedicated much of his time to preserving Outer Banks folklore. This article presents his life history and accomplishments, one of which was drinking from Blackbeard’s skull.