GHOSTS AND LEGENDS OF NORTHERN OHIO
William Krejci, author of Ghosts and Legends of Northern Ohio will talk about his book at Mac's on Saturday, October 26th at 7 p.m.
Hauntings and eerie tales abound in northern Ohio. Does Esther Hale, believed to have been executed for witchcraft, really haunt Columbiana County's Bowman Cemetery?
Is Lonesome Lock on the Ohio and Erie Canal as haunted as rumors say?
Do restless spirits stalk the rooms at the Wolf Creek Tavern in Norton and the Rider's Inn of Painesville?
Do the ruins of Gore Orphanage echo with the ghastly wails of children said to have died in a fire long ago?
Author William G. Krejci guides readers through the most chilling legends of northern Ohio. Some stories are debunked. Some long-standing mysteries are solved. And some new mysteries come to light.
Krejci works as a seasonal park ranger at Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial at Put-in-Bay. During the offseason, he is the resident historian at the Franklin Castle in Cleveland. He is the author of Buried Beneath Cleveland: Lost Cemeteries of Cuyahoga County and Haunted Put-in-Bay and coauthor of Haunted Franklin Castle. A guest speaker at various local historical societies, libraries, bookstores and civic groups, he's also appeared on SyFy's Ghost Hunters. In his free time, he sings and plays guitar in an Irish band.