Air Force Museum in Dayton, which houses several haunted planes and a dead helicopter pilot still trying to complete his mission;. Brownella Cottage, where the ghost of Bishop Brown and his wife Ella still walk their house, frozen in time;.
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The Buxton Inn, where Major Buxton paid a social call at 3 in the morning and rowdy, long-dead teamsters still party in the bar downstairs. Both focus on Ohio.
That volume contains Victorian and Edwardian ghost stories from across the United States. This includes the first appearance of Mrs Daffodil, the delightfully opinionated and decidedly homicidal Edwardian housekeeper.
Haunted Ohio Vol. III : Still More Ghostly Tales from the Buckeye State
Woodyard blogs about costume and history at MrsDaffodilDigresses. Woodyard does not see herself retiring any time soon. The books are available in paperback and for Kindle. Indexes and fact sheets for all of these books may be found by searching hauntedohiobooks. Artwork by Jessica Wiesel copyright Oct 26, Rebecca McGraw-Balduff rated it it was amazing.
In this volume of Haunted Ohio, one will find some of the creepiest true reported to be true, said to be true, whatever ghost stories, past and present, that I've ever read -- and I've read a LOT of ghost stories. The initial chapter Ladies in White alone contains enough creep factor to result in a night spent with all the lights on I love all of the Haunted Ohio books; Chris Woodyard is an excellent storyteller, and her books are a good mix of investigative non-technical ghost hunting, In this volume of Haunted Ohio, one will find some of the creepiest true reported to be true, said to be true, whatever ghost stories, past and present, that I've ever read -- and I've read a LOT of ghost stories.
- Haunted Ohio: Ghostly Tales from the Buckeye State by Chris Woodyard.
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I love all of the Haunted Ohio books; Chris Woodyard is an excellent storyteller, and her books are a good mix of investigative non-technical ghost hunting, retelling of tales and legends, and sometimes directly quoting the original tellers of the stories letters, newspaper articles, interviews. If you happen to live in Ohio and have some extra sense that allows you to perceive ghostly things, this series is chock full of recommendations of places, both public and private, where people have experienced things out of the ordinary.
Turns out Ohio is a pretty scary place! Sep 30, Alicia rated it liked it Recommends it for: People who might like to take a haunted tour. Shelves: myth-and-legend , short-stories-and-novellas , nonfiction. My oldest brought this home from the library and wanted me to read it since he knows I have a love for ghost stories and the like, and it's about the State we live in. It's a bunch of short little blurbs about various hauntings, and doesn't really get in depth into much of anything.
Mostly it just gives some accounts about things that people, including the author, have witnessed or experienced at various places. I It's an interesting enough read but doesn't really draw me in all that much.
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It cou My oldest brought this home from the library and wanted me to read it since he knows I have a love for ghost stories and the like, and it's about the State we live in. It could however be an interesting resource if anyone wanted to take a haunted tour of Ohio. Feb 20, Amy "the book-bat" rated it really liked it Shelves: history-historical.
More ghost stories from around Ohio.
I thought the first book was written a little better, but the stories are still interesting. I prefer the stories when there are sightings more than the ones where it is just that people heard a strange noise that didn't seem to make sense at the time. There are three more books in the series after this one. Aug 10, Landree Rennpage rated it it was amazing.
I admit, I'm a little biased. This one also gets five stars because it mentions a few ghosties in my hometown of Mansfield, OH. They are especially creepy, if I do say so myself. That said, these are really great sets of ghost stories. Not for the faint of heart, or for late night reading unless you enjoy creeping yourself out before bed, then be my guest! Aug 28, James Bowman rated it liked it Shelves: owned , paranormal.
A good collection of Ohio ghost stories. The author, a psychic, can be a little melodramatic at times, but it's solidly narrated.
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They save the best for last, though - the final chapter on "Harmful Haunts" has some particularly chilling tales. Aug 04, Kim Smiley rated it it was amazing. Read this about 14 yrs. Some of those stories were really scarey!
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Jun 30, Ashley rated it really liked it. I read this a few years ago but wanted to re-read it. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, it's kind of interesting to read different local stories and legends. Savannah Sawyer rated it liked it Dec 22, Ashleigh rated it it was amazing Dec 01, Sara Collins rated it it was amazing Nov 01, Mackenzie rated it it was amazing Sep 16, Jamie rated it it was amazing Aug 24, Miss McHugh rated it really liked it Jun 04, Ducky rated it liked it Aug 30, Jessi rated it it was amazing Oct 22, Martina rated it it was amazing May 26, Julie rated it liked it Jun 24, Amanda Lyons rated it it was amazing Mar 28, Jordan Brenot rated it really liked it Dec 10, Tonia rated it liked it Aug 20, Laura rated it liked it Sep 10,