Ray Hicks

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For the British Olympic cyclist, see Ray Hicks (cyclist).
Ray Hicks (1983)

Ray Hicks (August 29, 1922 - April 20, 2003) was a renowned Appalachian storyteller, who lived his entire life on Beech Mountain, North Carolina. He was particularly known for the telling of Jack Tales.

In 1983 he was made a National Heritage Fellow.[1]