Ghosts of Historic Delaware, Ohio (Haunted America) by John B. Ciochetty

By John B. Ciochetty

The notorious Vaudeville ghost that also places on a convey on the Strand, the mischievous, piano-playing poltergeists of the humanities fortress and the bearded ghoul that speeds at a hellish speed down North Franklin highway in a horse-drawn carriage�these are the otherworldly denizens of Delaware, Ohio. neighborhood ghost specialist John B. Ciochetty�s choice of haunted lore could have skeptics and believers alike having a look over their shoulders as they stroll down the darkened urban streets. in the back of the folklore and legends, readers will locate the unusual yet demanding proof of heritage that experience given upward push to stories of the city�s stressed spirits. sign up for Ciochetty as he explores the opposite part of Delaware to find its spine-tingling, haunted history.

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