Haunted Hocking: A Ghost Hunter's Guide to the Hocking Hills and Beyondby Jannette Quakenbush, Patrick Quakenbush
Ghost Hunting Guide to the Hocking Hills Haunted Places, Local Legends and How -To's of Outdoor Ghost Hunting One of the first known records of a ghost haunting the Moonville Tunnel began in 1895. It would not be the first ghost to creep its way into history. Nor will it be the last. But it leaves its spine-tingling mark on hundreds of hikers who have explored the many trails of the Hocking Hills searching for a little bit more than the average adventure. If you're looking for ghostly places in the Hocking Hills Region, we have over 55 legends and ghost stories to explore. Whether you are a skeptic or a believer, you will enjoy these frightening bits of folklore from Lancaster to Moonville, Logan to Jackson, Wellston, Athens and beyond. The ghost of an old man who haunts Old Man's Cave along with his baying hounds A grave still bearing the bloody mark from a man breaking family tradition in Rushville The statue of an angel in Athens that weeps The ghostly apparition of a lady crying at a covered bridge outside Lancaster And ghosts of a brakeman and a murdered man at Moonville Tunnel near Zaleski The Haunted Hocking Investigation Team has explored many of the historical, natural and supernatural environments of the region. Founders, Jannette and Patrick Quackenbush, have compiled many of the ghost stories, legends, images and case files they have collected from around the region to share with readers.
- Xlibris Corporation
- Publication date:
- Product dimensions:
- 9.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.45(d)
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews
Spine tingling. I got this book in Hocking Hills OH for campfire thrills and barely hesitated to pick it up. I didnt sleep that night though. But it was defenitly worth it. All recomend this book to all u paranormal peeps out there. I will read the second one and rate it just for you guys.
These are fascinating stories of the Hocking Hills and the perfect addition when visiting. Has stories for the areas I visited and it was neat to know about the history and legends. A nice addition to any visit to south Ohio. I would recommend it for about any age. Stories are short and easy to read.