@READ KINDLE ⚫ Haunted Ohio III: Still More Ghostly Tales from the Buckeye State (Buckeye Haunts) Õ eBook or E-pub free

Another good installment in the series Again, you have to accept the author s psychic beliefs, but the stories she tells about Ohio s ghosts are worth it B @READ KINDLE × Haunted Ohio III: Still More Ghostly Tales from the Buckeye State (Buckeye Haunts) ¹ Popular E Book, Haunted Ohio III Still More Ghostly Tales From The Buckeye State Buckeye Haunts By Chris Woodyard This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Haunted Ohio III Still More Ghostly Tales From The Buckeye State Buckeye Haunts , Essay By Chris Woodyard Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Fun ghostly stories about my state Perfect for some light Halloween reading. You know how little kids sit around the campfire with flashlights under their chins, sharing ghost stories to entertain themselves That s basically why I read this book The first two were so ridiculously entertaining that I wanted to find out how many haunted spots there are in Ohio The writing in this book is very poor quality, so if you re looking for a book to model your own after, don t read it But if you want to take a ghost tour through my home state, go right ahead Like I said, it s a pretty ridiculous book, but I m nutso over ghost stories for some reason. The third book in the series starts out with the author talking about the use of the ouija board and how it is most definitely not a good thing to use, especially trying to use it as some kind of game not to be taken very seriously.Otherwise, this is the same type of book as the earlier ones The topics covered include house ghosts, psychic images and sounds, stairway stalkers, ghostly lights, workplace ghosts, ghost infested objects, ghostly gentlemen, water centered ghosts, theater ghosts, haunted hospitals and clinics, haunted roads and bridges, castles, cemeteries, ghosts that want to have fun and ghosts that want to cause trouble.All the stories are interesting It s also amazing just how many ghost stories there are about one single state Why there seem to be some many ghost stories would be something to research and explain Someone needs to do a type of database examining reports of ghosts in relation to weather conditions, exact places and anything geologically unusual about the ground or anything unusual about the surrounding places like huge power lines along with any EMFs checked or EVPs found Maybe some kind of consensus could be developed to help determine why ghosts appear in certain places and if their appearances could be explained away by some sort of natural phenomena happening in those areas. The hauntings continueI like these books because the chapters hold short segments and you can read as much or as little as you have time for I consider these books to be good bathroom books because of the short segments I found some of the stories to be kind of creepy and some seemed unfinished or even unrelated to being ghost stories. Read this book about 14 yrs ago Just like the ones before and after it, pretty scary when you realize it s for real. I am rating this book 4 stars and i like the series because they are interesting and fun to read. The writing is poor and the tales are, at times, outrageous Some don t even really seem like ghost stories I m not sure of the accuracy of the some the facts, either In one soryry the author talks of the Clock Restaurant that owes it s haunted origin to an incident in 1909, but from what I ve read elsewhere, the restaurant didn t open until 1925 The author also lists the restaurant is currently open to the public but it was shut down in 1979.