The Sandusky Mall: A History

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The Sandusky Mall was the iconic shopping hub for locals who grew up in the 1970s and ’80s. Kids visited the Circus World toy store, shopped for local amusement park souvenirs at Cedar Point Gifts and fawned over the kittens and puppies at Petland. Teens scarfed Scotto’s Pizza or a tasty treat at Baskin-Robbins before taking in the latest feature at the Mall Cinema. Many others pumped quarters into the games at Goldmine or browsed the collection at Musicland. Gathering more than two hundred images, the original floor map and the history of every store at every location, author Chris Bores delivers a trip down memory lane as well as never-before-told stories of the scandals and struggles—and the triumphs—that made the Sandusky Mall the place to be.
ISBN: 9781467149563
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Ohio
Series: Landmarks
Images: 263
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Ohio native Chris Bores grew up in Huron and has had a lifelong fascination with history and any historical stories linked to the paranormal. He has been featured on the Travel Channel, Coast to Coast AM, TRU TV, Hardcore Pawn, CBS News, FOX News, the Star 105.5 morning radio show, the 1370 AM Morning Show and “Dayton Ghosts,” as well as in the Toledo Blade, the Toledo Free Press and the ATARI: Game Over documentary. He was YouTube’s fifty-fifth Most Subscribed Channel in 2010, and his first book, Ghost Hunting 2.0, was a bestseller on Amazon. He is also the first-ever ghost behaviorist.
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