Lost City Magic: Bobby and Jeramy Neugin are father & son Native American magicians, published magic creators, prop designers, artists, writers, magic consultants, storytellers, fourth and fifth generation Native Traditions Keepers and cultural preservationists, sixth and seventh generation Cherokee blacksmiths, and known as the last conjurers of the Cherokee Nation. Using magic to tell about our culture, ghost stories of the old West and ancient myth inspired by the fireside stories grandma and grandpa would tell to keep us up at night. Leading to the creation of a father and son magic show like no other, ghosts, artifacts of another realm and monsters come alive and are showcased in street-magic-style performances, hypnotism and mind reading. Visit their website, or follow them on Twitter.

Up until the genocidal removal known as "the Trail of Tears" storytelling was an extremely important part of Cherokee culture.