The lands of Appalachia have a long history of strange tales and weird goings-on. Author Tim Earley has written books using that setting for his dark fantasy/folk horror stories. Soon, you'll be able to go into those stories in a whole new way with Holler: An Appalachian Apocalypse, an new setting for Savage Worlds.
From the announcement:
Holler: An Appalachian Apocalypse is a dark fantasy/folk horror version of Appalachia from author Tim Earley.
It is a land of ghostly, shrouded mountains sealed off from the rest of the world, dominated by the schemes of madcap industrialists and their strange inventions, threatened by ecological collapse in the form of a toxic fog known as the Blight, and beset by a harrowing array of demons, cryptids, haints, and roguish fey.
Heroes are everyday folks in Holler: miners, moonshiners, granny women, holy rollers, bluegrass pickers, and roustabouts. Outmanned and outgunned by robber baron industrialists, Holler’s heroes must rely on their wits, ingenuity, kinship bonds, and hardscrabble toughness to win the day!