Ghosts of Historic Delaware, Ohio

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The infamous Vaudeville ghost that still puts on a show at the Strand, the mischievous, piano-playing poltergeists of the Arts Castle and the bearded ghoul that speeds at a hellish pace down North Franklin Street in a horse-drawn carriage—these are the otherworldly denizens of Delaware, Ohio. Local ghost expert John B. Ciochetty's collection of haunted lore will have skeptics and believers alike looking over their shoulders as they walk down the darkened city streets. Behind the folklore and legends, readers will find the strange but hard facts of history that have given rise to tales of the city's restless spirits. Join Ciochetty as he explores the other side of Delaware to discover its spine-tingling, haunted history.
ISBN: 9781609490638
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Ohio
Series: Haunted America
Images: 24
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
John Ciochetty has been recognized in the Marquis Who's Who in America and in the Marquis Who's Who in the World for his accomplishments as an educator on the university level, author, military officer, volunteer member of the U.S. Vice President's National Performance Review under the Clinton administration and as a judicial and law enforcement officer in Ohio and West Virginia. His first publication, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare Defense, was written during his service with the United States Army Reserves. He published another book, The Ghosts of Stuyvesant Hall and Beyond, in 2007. At the present time, Ciochetty resides in Delaware, Ohio, and is employed as an officer for the Department of Public Safety at Ohio Wesleyan University. He resides in a haunted house.
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