Below are a list of resources I’ve written and collected over the years.
It runs in my family to see ghosts. And when I asked the librarians at my local library what kind of book they wanted, they said, “We need a book of Ohio ghost stories!”
Hello, I’m Chris Woodyard, author of the Haunted Ohio series, which includes Spooky Ohio: 13 Traditional Tales, Ghost Hunter’s Guide to Haunted Ohio (August, 2000) and Haunted Ohio V: 200 Years of Ghosts.
So you want to be a writer? Here’s some advice from a writer who wrote her first book in first grade.
This is a bibliography of primarily nonfiction books of ghost stories along with folk tale retellings of “true” stories or local legends.
This list is a brief summary of the places to find ghost stories discussed in the article that follows, “Wild Ghost Chase: Tracking the Elusive Ghost Story.”
The best way to start is to read several books on self-publishing and self-marketing. I recommend The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing by Tom and Marilyn Ross. They have also written an excellent book on publishing regional books whose name escapes me. Ask your librarian. The essential books on marketing are 1001 Ways to Market Your [...]
Want to find ghosts in the Buckeye State? Here are some links to sites listing the many haunted places and ghosts in Ohio.
Where can you go to find ghosts in Ohio? These are some haunted places in Ohio open to the public as reported in the Haunted Ohio series.