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This old store was in operation for many years, but now appears to be a private residence. While it was in operation, customers would smell the aroma of coffee, even when there was none brewing. The ghost was kind to the owners, and would often tuck them into bed Guests at this s inn, which was once a cobbler shop, have heard knocking on their doors when no one was there, and disembodied footsteps in the hallway.
Those who have seen the ghost here say he is a man wearing a long dark coat. This historic hotel has been acquired by the state historical society and is due to be renovated to restore it to its former glory. The hotel is rumoured to be haunted, which has been testified by many former guests, patrons and staff, and is widely acclaimed to be the This historic building now houses the county athletic club, but was formerly a schoolhouse.
During its history, a cruel schoolmistress punished a girl to the extent that she died, leading to the closure of the school and the basis of the haunting that occurs nowadays.
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People in the quiet library According to reports, when the area was being cleared for building this hotel, the body of a woman was found. She had committed suicide by shooting herself in the head. Her ghost is said to remain at the hotel and may manifest as a shadowy form. She also turns the After that, it was a rock concert venue until it closed in Now, locals say, it's haunted by a white figure who hangs out on first floor by the water fountain.
This historic mansion may still be in operation as an inn, but is more renowned for a recurring apparition reported here by former tenants and guests. The building is believed to be haunted by a former owner and the builder of the house, who has been known to communicate This historic funeral parlour appears to be one of the cities most haunted sites, as shown by the most recent street view image of the building.
The photograph shows what appears to be a white apparition staring down into the street from a window on the second floor. This is Franklin Castle was built in the mid s by Hans Tiedemann, a wealthy German immigrant. Since then, it has been a clubhouse for a German singing society, headquarters for a German Socialist organization, a doctor's office, apartments, and a hideout for bootleggers. Many ghost stories surround the place, and here Hamlin Hall has a haunt. Who is he? The apparition and cold spots that appear and disappear around a stairwell are said to belong to a young man who passed away inside the building.
Before this building became a night club and closed down, it was a celebrated local eatery. The owner became an alcoholic after his wife died, and both him and his legendary restaurant quickly fell apart until it went out of business. A night club built on the premises was closed The five story castle-like armory was built in People hear disembodied footsteps on the upper floors and on the grand staircase.
Ghostly apparitions of men dressed in old-fashioned military uniform have been seen throughout the building, but vanish when approached. This historic arcade building houses a haunted restaurant and tavern. A former delicatessen housed in the building closed down due to overwhelming paranormal activity, which stemmed from the rear of the building. The ladies restroom was haunted by a spectre that would rattle the doors and speak in strange voices, This historic hotel was built over the site of many historic city landmarks including the cities first hotel, transferring the historical pasts of them into this building.
Ghostly activity is mainly reported on the fourth floor, where lights turn on and off of their own accord and faucets switch on Elvis and the Beatles are among the acts who have performed at Agora Theatre and Ballroom, and the place is said to be home to some spirits who never left. Apparitions have been seen here, especially one of a man wearing a yellow raincoat. During an investigation, a psychic declared This historic playhouse is situated on an old farming property, as the theatre itself is a barn conversion.
The former owner of the property, known to staff as 'Walter', has been seen and heard throughout the theatre. He often is heard sobbing in the theatre, and has been known to This hotel has been in operation for well over a century, so it is more than likely that some of the spectres in this hotel were guests who never checked out. The owners and staff are displeased with the paranormal activity in the hotel, as they receive various reports It is alleged that the original owner of Punderson manor committed suicide by drifting out on the lake in a bathtub, and then, when he reached the middle, he pulled the plug and drowned.
Why precisely he would have chosen this method is not known, whether it actually occurred This quaint community theatre has been in operation for over half a century, but already seems to being developing a series of ghost stories associated with the theatre itself and the plot of land it was built upon. The first apparition is an man in an old-fashioned suit who appears Squire's Castle is only a shell of a castle built in the s by Feargus B. It was meant to be the gatekeeper's house for his future country estate, never built.
Now Squire's Castle is open to the public, and it is said to be haunted by Squire's wife Squire's Castle is actually a 3-story stone caretaker's cottage for a never-built mansion, and legend has it that it's home to an unhappy female ghost. Feargus B. Squire planned to built a mansion as well, but until then, his family took up residence in the cottage. His wife hated the The closed Egypt Road Bridge, or Crybaby Bridge, is haunted day and night by the sound of a crying baby. Legend has it that a baby went missing while its parents were fighting, and it fell over the side of the bridge.
The scream of its mother and the crying This historic mansion was built in , and was turned into the town hall sometime later. The grounds of the beautiful mansion are haunted by a woman responsible for the death of her beloved nephew, who has been seen wandering around after hours calling his name, Night staff also report This historic mansion is haunted by Sarah and Alonzo Gunn, who formerly owned the house when it was a private residence. Guests and owners have reportedly heard footsteps, and seen the apparitions of a woman in a shawl and a man in a top hat and old-fashioned cape.
Submitted by There have been reported sightings of the apparition of a headless soldier in the historic log cabin. He is seen in various rooms of the house, as well as by motorists driving past the house in an upstairs window. James A.
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Garfield, is believed to be haunted by Garfield's wife Lucretia. Security personnel have heard Lucretia walking upstairs at night and she has been known to turn lights on after the guards turn them off.
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She also is said Pleasant Valley Cemetery is haunted by the Rose Family buried here. Legend has it that Ceely Rose murdered her mother, father and brother in over her love for Guy Berry. Guy lied and told Ceely they couldn't marry because her family didn't approve of him rather than tell her Pulitzer Prize-winning author Louis Bromfield built Malabar Farm in , and the historic homesite is open for tours and wagon rides.
It is said to be haunted by Ceely Rose. According to her story, she was in love with a boy who didn't feel the same. In order to spare The prison, defunct since , was the setting for the movie The Shawshank Redemption. It has been used as a setting or featured on many other movies, music videos and TV programs, including Ghost Adventures. Witnesses have experienced shadow figures, slamming cell doors and yelling voices, and female witnesses claim The Bissman Building, once a grocery warehouse built in , is said to be very haunted; ghost hunts and tours are offered here.
Many apparitions are seen here, including a man in a long coat and top hat and a young girl; footsteps have been heard on empty floors above, This historic opera house was formerly the town church, built in the mid nineteenth century and the first in the surrounding county. Error rating book.
Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Haunted Ohio by Chris Woodyard. There are tales as old as Native American ghostlore In this book you'll meet the vengeful spirit of an Indian who wanted his skull back, a haunted antique party dress, a ghostly poisoner doomed to her own private hell, Thomas Edison and his machine to talk to the dead, the long-dead actress who still takes curtain calls, the headless motorcyclist of the Great Black Swamp.
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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 12, Selena rated it did not like it Shelves: ghosts , insert-eye-roll-here , nonfiction. The writing was so-so. It was trying to be factual and journalistic about stuff that sounds fake, even when read in a mental NPR voice.
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It went back and forth between "I'm a serious journalist" type writing and "It was a dark and stormy night. Ooooo Spooky. Don't you think so? This is totally spooky! In other words, any "creep factor" attempt was thwarted by itself. I had hoped to get a book of creepy hauntings and the history behind them. X moved when I wasn't looking, so this place must be haunted! I was booooooooored.
About the only thing that was interesting was the section on theater ghosts and college ghosts because these were treated less like, "So-and-so saw a shadow, thus the place is haunted" and more like an urban legend. While they still weren't scary, they were at least presented in a more interesting and in my opinion, appropriate way.
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More information was given on these hauntings as back story and as I said, more of an urban legend feel both of which is what I was hoping for from the rest of the book. It's sad to say, but I've read creepy pastas better than this But I suppose it's all about what you're looking for. It's just not what I was hoping for from the title and sadly, there wasn't much of a description on the back to let me know this was the wrong book to look in for Spooky Haunting Histories.
The last thing I'd like to note is that, despite the title being Haunted Ohio: Ghostly Tales from the Buckeye State, not all these tales are about ghosts. Some rumor angels and other non-ghostly entities. Apr 01, Tiffany Lynn Kramer rated it liked it. Being a native of Ohio I always loved reading this series growing up. Like any anthology the quality and impact varies from story to story but if you are looking for a collection of ghost stories this series is worth a read. Oct 02, Anna rated it really liked it.
I picked it up after hearing Chris Woodyard on a podcast recently. She's since compiled several other volumes of scary stories from Ohio, which are no doubt worth checking out. I especially liked the extra-creepy stories about haunted colleges and universities, in particular, Fisher Hall on the campus of Miami University. One of the stories from Miami is one I heard many years ago from someone who went to school there. Other highli 4. Other highlights were the stories about theaters, which for some reason are great ghost magnets everywhere.
An excellent choice for Halloween season reading! Oct 04, Jason rated it liked it Shelves: horror , nonfiction. I'm being awfully generous putting this on my "nonfiction" shelf here on Goodreads, but that's how the book's marketed. I read this in high school in Ohio, where I grew up, and thought it was interesting.
I think I was probably expecting it to be scarier. Fun read! Being born and raised in Cincinnati and having lived all over Ohio, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Truly a fun collection of tales!
Oct 09, James Bowman rated it liked it Shelves: owned , paranormal. A solid selection of Ohio-based ghost stories. Most effective was the very last, which moved from purported fact to total fiction, but made for fun reading. Jun 29, Debbie rated it it was ok Shelves: nonfiction. A not very well written anthology of ghost stories from around Ohio. Oct 01, Mikayla rated it liked it.
I like the book had a lot of facts to go with the stories and found it quiet interesting but hard to follow along in some parts.
Dec 15, Natalie Moon rated it it was ok Recommends it for: those who believe spooks. This book was supposed to be a way to tell my little brother, Jack, spooky stories. But it ended up being too 'grown up' for him. It reminded me of those shows you see on t. Aug 10, Landree Rennpage rated it it was amazing. Ok, the biggest reason this gets 5 stars versus some of the other titles in the series which still got fours is because my alma mater got a whole section in the chapter on haunted colleges and universities.
Even though Kenyon is small, it has more than its fair share of ghosties.
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All of these books are awesome compilations of local legends and ghosts, and Chris Woodyard definitely does her homework, by researching the stories and often visiting the sites. Would highly recommend to the gh Ok, the biggest reason this gets 5 stars versus some of the other titles in the series which still got fours is because my alma mater got a whole section in the chapter on haunted colleges and universities.
Would highly recommend to the ghost story lovers out there. Jan 19, Sarah Crawford rated it really liked it. There are no photographs. There are some artwork pages, though. The descriptions of the various sightings run a page or two. There are other things than ghosts in the book. This includes UFOs, swamp monsters and witches. There's even a chapter about John Brown's grave.
The whole book is quite interesting.