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‘Ohio ghosts’

Shades of Blue

Shades of Blue Blue ghosts from Ohio and beyond.

Review: Central Ohio Legends & Lore

Review: Central Ohio Legends & Lore Ohio legends from James A. Willis of The Ghosts of Ohio.

Weekend Compendium: 23 January 2016

Weekend Compendium: 23 January 2016 with a fashion editor out of his depth, spook lights in New Zealand get up close and personal with a traveler, flappers and their corsets, and the ghosts of two murder victims.

Phantom Automobiles

I stated recently in my post on the skeleton driver of Old Route 40 that phantom automobiles are a rare category in the spectral spectrum. I’m here to (marginally) prove myself wrong with a couple of tales from the United States.

The Thing in the Cemetery

The Thing in the Cemetery There is a horrific tale called “The Croglin Grange Vampire” told by Augustus Hare in The Story of My Life (1896/1900). The hideous Thing in this story from Van Wert, Ohio is strongly reminiscent of Hare’s unearthly creature found in a churchyard vault.

Headless in Hyde Park: Tales of phantom heads

Headless in Hyde Park: Tales of phantom heads A collection of stories of ghostly, disembodied heads, mostly malevolent and usually in a state of vilest decomposition.

Introducing The Headless Horror: Strange and Ghostly Ohio Tales

In a book that was over a century in the making, Haunted Ohio author Chris Woodyard, has unearthed another treasure-trove of Victorian and Edwardian ghosts, hauntings, and Fortean mysteries. Here’s what you can expect to find in The Headless Horror: Strange and Ghostly Ohio Tales….

The Woman in Black of Massillon, Ohio: Part 2

A few days ago I wrote about a Woman in Black haunting the town of Massillon in 1895. The town was in a fever of excitement and a young man, ill-advisedly impersonating the ghost, was wounded when shot by a friend. Here is the thrilling conclusion to that tale.

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