1. Belief in Haints probably originated with the Gulla Geechee people, descendants of African slaves in the …
2. The 1941 horror movie King of the Zombies contains numerous uses of the term Haints The Dismembered Ghost published 1917 The Story of the Haunted Mausoleum of …
Horror, Haints, Haunted
3. Definition of Haints in the Definitions.net dictionary
4. What does Haints mean? Information and translations of Haints in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
5. The lore of the Haints in the U.S
6. Labels: CLCD, Haints Choppers, knucklehead reality, Team Haints
7. Word Savvy: Integrated Vocabulary, Spelling & Word Study, Grades 3-6by Max Brand by Max Brand (2004) "Prior to the reading, Joseph brings up the word Haints …
8. There are many characters compared to Haints, mostly by seven-year-old Jeremy Lee Statten
9. However, more than the physical appearance of the characters, their sordid pasts contain the true Haints of the novel.
10. The color of the ceiling of these Charleston porches is called "Haint Blue." It is believed that it will keep the "Haints" (spirits of the dead) from hanging out in that house.
Haint, Haints, Hanging, House
11. The blue color on the ceiling of this Charleston porch is intended to ward off evil spirits known as “Haints.” Apparently, it is ineffective against sparkly skeletons or skulls.
12. Homespun Haints is hosted by Becky Kilimnik and Diana Doty
Homespun, Haints, Hosted
13. The Haints are composed of Jamie Barrier on guitar and vocals, Katie "Kat" Barrier on mandolin, singing saw, and washboard, Stevie LaBlanc on washtub bass, Justin Ward on accordion and trombone, and Brian "Zero" Borden on snare drum.
14. Harrow County Volume 1: Countless Haints [Bunn, Cullen, Crook, Tyler] on Amazon.com
15. Harrow County Volume 1: Countless Haints
16. “Haints is an interesting and provocative study of manifestations of the Gothic in contemporary American culture
17. According to one version of the tradition, the Gullah Geechee people believed that the Haints would confuse the color with the sky and would pass right through the porch ceiling, without pausing to disturb the home or its residents
18. Another version of the tradition explains that the Haints were afraid of water and would therefore flee at the
19. Haints enter the Shadowlands with their Shadows in control, much like Mortwights do
20. Unlike Mortwights, Haints are defined, not by their death, but by their life
21. In Gullah tradition ‘Haints’ are restless ghosts
22. One of the unique things about Haints and spirits in Gullah lore is that they can be stopped by the color blue
23. “Haints are restless spirits of the dead who, for whatever reason, have not moved on from their physical world,” says Sawaya
24. Haint blue, which can also be found on door and window frames as well as porch ceilings, is intended to protect the homeowner from being “taken” or influenced by Haints.
Haint, Homeowner, Haints
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26. The Pine Hill Haints On May 14, Alabama’s wildly prolific cult heroes The Pine Hill Haints will release The Song Companion of a Lonestar Cowboy , their debut for Muscle Shoals, AL-based independent label Single Lock Records.
Hill, Haints, Heroes
27. Haints is a word used frequently in Appalachian areas, and means “ghosts” or “haunts.” Grandpa’s Haints are what would now be called PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
28. 13 by The Pine Hill Haints, released 09 January 2021 1
29. Note: Haints and Hobwebs is an 11,000-word story that takes place after the events of Tangled Threads, book 4 in the Elemental Assassin urban fantasy series
30. Haints and Hobwebs first appeared in The Mammoth Book of Ghost Romance in 2012
31. Alabama-based family band Pine Hill Haints quietly toiled away at their own breed of ghostly hootenanny sounds, churning out records and touring ceaselessly since their inception in the late ‘90’s, developing an especially haunted take on Southern roots music that included notes of rockabilly, honky tonk, and traditional bluegrass, all filtered through an especially eerie punk lens.
Hill, Haints, Hootenanny, Haunted, Honky
32. Haints is an audio short story from the Jane Yellowrock series written by Faith Hunter and read by Khristine Hvam
Haints, Hunter, Hvam
33. Haints centers on the team-up between Jane Yellowrock and Molly
34. The Haints and Hoodoo Tour was absolutely wonderful! Andrea is an amazing guide and an excellent story teller
35. Haints Stay is the story of brothers Brooke and Sugar, the child they find in the woods, Bird and surviving the lawless wild west
36. “Haints is an interesting and provocative study of manifestations of the Gothic in contemporary American culture
37. The Haints are an old-time band that started performing together in 2007 and have played festivals, concerts and camps since
38. Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the City Beneath the Still Waters by N
39. Ozarks Haints N Hooch features four women from the Ozarks, Pam Atha, Dawn Larsen, Deidre Larsen McCormick, and Dina Larsen Gillman
40. "[Haints Stay] is the kind of refreshing, bizarre, remorseless story the Western genre needs
41. The Haints - It Only Goes to Show Lyrics
42. The Haints - "It Only Goes To Show" from the album, Battle of Wounded Heart, on Green Door Records.
43. To say Andrea St Amand’s Haints and Hoodoo Tour is fabulously thrilling, is an understatement! My daughter invited her besties and me and my sister were led through the back alleys of downtown Charleston and the stories just flowed!!
Haints, Hoodoo, Her
The word haint is an alternative spelling of haunt, which was historically used in African-American vernacular to refer to a ghost or, in the Hoodoo belief, a witch-like creature seeking to chase victims to their death by exhaustion. Originally, haint blue was thought by the Gullah to ward haints, or ghosts, away from the home.
As nouns the difference between haint and ghost. is that haint is (us) ghost while ghost is (rare) the spirit; the soul of man.
Hain't originally derived from han't, and meant has not and have not. In certain h-adding modern dialects, hain't is synonymous with, and a replacement for, ain't in all its uses.