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by Jennifer Eblin

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ISBN:
1609490223
Author:
Jennifer Eblin
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
The History Press; 1st Printing edition (October 1, 2010)
Pages:
112 pages
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1892 kb
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1595 kb
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4.1
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Haunted Miami Valley, Ohio book. Ohio's Miami Valley region has a rich and sometimes frightening history

Haunted Miami Valley, Ohio book. Ohio's Miami Valley region has a rich and sometimes frightening history. Author Jennifer Eblin explores the chilling origins of such ghosts as the haunt of Xenia's Eden Hall and the specter-rumored to be the restless soul of a murder victim-peering from the Daniel Hertzler House in Springfield. Readers will wander the halls of the Piqua Hotel with a departed waiter and Ohio's Miami Valley region has a rich and sometimes frightening history.

Haunted Miami Valley, Ohio. Part of the Haunted America Series). Author Jennifer Eblin explores the chilling origins of such ghosts as the haunt of Xenia's Eden Hall and the specter rumored to be the restless soul of a murder victim peering from the Daniel Hertzler House in Springfield.

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The haunted house is a staple of the American town, from the most haunted places in New York State to the ghostly .

The haunted house is a staple of the American town, from the most haunted places in New York State to the ghostly homes that make up some of the haunted places in . to get spooked at. The stories behind these homes-of ax murders and massacres, of lost children, angry demons and ghosts-will give you more shivers than even the best Halloween movies. Legend has it that the cause of all the mayhem at one of the most disturbing haunted houses in America stems from a little girl who was the victim of a botched appendectomy during a house call at the turn of the century.

The site-one of the most haunted places in America-now welcomes thousands of visitors every year, both for its museum and annual "Terror Behind the Walls" celebration, which features six haunted attractions within the prison walls for Halloween. Reported paranormal happenings have included disembodied laughter, shadowy figures, and pacing footsteps.

Ohio's Miami Valley region has a rich and sometimes frightening history. Author Jennifer Eblin explores the chilling origins of such ghosts as the haunt of Xenia's Eden Hall and the specter rumored to be the restless soul of a murder victim peering from the Daniel Hertzler House in Springfield. Readers will wander the halls of the Piqua Hotel with a departed waiter and catch a show at Middletown's Sorg Opera House with the apparition that never misses a performance. From the raucous poltergeist of Warren County's Golden Lamb that is known to shriek and knock paintings from the walls to unearthly groans emanating from the gallows at Montgomery County's old courthouse, Eblin reveals the eerie legends and strange stories of the Miami Valley.
  • Thundershaper
A lot (most) of these stories are just a nearly word for word regurgitation from websites & other books, which is fine, it's nice to have them in one location, by county...but not much if anything was added to the stories and factual errors from the websites are carried over to the stories in this book. Case in point: The Wehr Road Cemetery is actually called Hickory Flats Cemetery, and the story told is just the old urban legend that is regurgitated on many websites. (almost word for word). I discovered the actual Hatchet Man story in the library in Hamilton 20 years ago. It is a much more interesting story. (I'll save it for my book.) I've noticed few other errors, some examples: page 51 says "the Sorg Opera House looks as grand now as it did originally." It actually looks better, because the picture is actually the Sorg Home, the Opera house is a dilapidated building a block and half north. Pages 51 & 62 share the same story of Middletown's Woodside Cemetery, one each in the Butler and Warren County chapters. It is 4 miles inside the Butler County line. Page 49 Medlar Elementary School is not in Butler County, even though it's the leading story in the Butler County chapter. I wrote an article in my school paper about haunted sites in Butler County in 1988, and mention the Motorcycle Ghost Light near Oxford and the accompanying origin stories, and even been out there many times. I had never heard it being on Buckley Road, I always heard Earhart Road, along with the creepy house. Yes, I even saw the light once, and also saw the house, which had an eerie blue light and it looked like a woman in the window. And I'm only halfway through.
  • Fecage
This book groups together all the Miami Valley ghost stories.I was pleasantly surprised to find so many stories from my home area that I had not heard before.