SUN HERALD FILE/AUDREY MURPHYDeer Island, not far from the Biloxi and Ocean Springs mainlands, has long been an island of mystery and tales of pirates, campers and ghosts. Audrey Murphy, a mid-20th century Biloxi photographer, captured this image of Deer Island before Hurricane Camille and other storm and natural erosion changed its number of trees.
SUN HERALD FILE/AUDREY MURPHYDeer Island, not far from the Biloxi and Ocean Springs mainlands, has long been an island of mystery and tales of pirates, campers and ghosts. Audrey Murphy, a mid-20th century Biloxi photographer, captured this image of Deer Island before Hurricane Camille and other storm and natural erosion changed its number of trees.
SUN HERALD FILE/AUDREY MURPHYDeer Island, not far from the Biloxi and Ocean Springs mainlands, has long been an island of mystery and tales of pirates, campers and ghosts. Audrey Murphy, a mid-20th century Biloxi photographer, captured this image of Deer Island before Hurricane Camille and other storm and natural erosion changed its number of trees.

Coast Chronicles: Stories of ghosts on Deer Island

October 17, 2015 07:55 PM