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CAPE FEAR HISTORY & MYSTERIES: The Beast of Bladenboro Part 1 & 2

It's a famous story that's about an unknown creature that killed many animals in Bladen County in the early 1950s.

CAPE FEAR HISTORY & MYSTERIES: Wilmington Tunnels

Have you ever heard of the Wilmington city tunnels? WWAY's Brandon Ewers has the story in this week's Cape Fear History and Mysteries.

CAPE FEAR HISTORY & MYSTERIES: Ghost of Burgwin-Wright House Part 1 & 2

It's the story of the ghost of the Burgwin-Wright House in Wilmington in this edition of Cape Fear History and Mysteries.

CAPE FEAR HISTORY & MYSTERIES: Burgwin-Wright House Part 1 & 2

A historic home in Wilmington has a long story to tell that includes people behind bars and an execution.

Cape Fear History & Mysteries: Wilmington blues Part 1 & 2

It's a story of legends, love and loss. Charlie and Rose Lucas -- two famous blues musicians -- who have played with the cream of the crop.

CAPE FEAR HISTORY & MYSTERIES: Cape Fear History Part 2

The Cape Fear area is full of history and tall tales. Let's talk about history dating back to the 1700s and how the Cape Fear River impacted our state.

CAPE FEAR HISTORY & MYSTERIES: Battle of Moore’s Creek Bridge

The Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge was one of the first revolutionary war battles fought in North Carolina.

CAPE FEAR HISTORY & MYSTERIES: Cape Fear History Part 1

The Cape Fear area is full of history and tall tales, but who were the first settlers to come to our region?

CAPE FEAR HISTORY & MYSTERIES: Carroll A. Deering

It's one of the most written-about maritime mysteries in history and it happened right here in North Carolina.

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