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Cratedigging is the art of finding the obscure, forgotten or lost audio recordings that experienced low-volume production (or no-volume production, just being made by hand).

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Cratediggers
by Dale Gilbert Jarvis
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The story of a whistling ghost from the community of Cartwright, Labrador, Canada, read by author and storyteller Dale Gilbert Jarvis from his book "Haunted Shores: True Ghost Stories of Newfoundland and Labrador" (Flanker Press, 2004). Recorded January 11, 2007
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Topics: storytelling, spoken word, storyteller, ghost stories, legends, labrador, hallowe'en
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by Dale Gilbert Jarvis
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World Storytelling Day Concert, recorded live March 21, 2007 at The Rooms, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Introduction by Perry Chafe, followed by "The Three Dolls" performed by storyteller Dale Jarvis; "The Giant Who Had No Heart in His Body" and "The Boy Who Loved to Draw Cats" by storyteller Elinor Benjamin; and concluding with "The Fairy Frog" by Dale Jarvis. Started in Sweden in 2003, World Storytelling Day has grown in a few short years to a...
Topics: storytelling, storyteller, spoken word, fairy tale, legend, Newfoundland, fairy tales
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by Dale Gilbert Jarvis
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A traditional folk tale from the Southern Shore of Newfoundland, Canada, concerning a young married couple who discover they have built their house on a path used by the good people, and the steps that couple take to rid themselves of fairy mischief. Recorded by Dale Jarvis, September 3, 2006, St. John's, Newfoundland.
Topics: storytelling, spoken word, fairies, fairy tale, legend, storyteller, newfoundland, oral tradition
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A story from Fortune Harbour, Newfoundland, Canada, about a man named Kinchler who loved playing cards, and who boasted that he would play a game with the Devil himself. Told by storyteller Dale Gilbert Jarvis, and recorded live July 30 2004 at the Newman Wine Vaults Provincial Historic Site, St. John's, Newfoundland.
Topics: folk tale, fairy tale, spoken word, devil, hallowe'en, storytelling, story, storyteller,...