A Haunted History of Columbus, Ohio

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History Press, 2011 - History - 111 pages
From the playful spirits of the Kelton House Museum and Garden to the wavy-armed apparition that prowls the fourth floor of Ohio State's main library, Columbus is teeming with ghosts. Meet the deceased yet meddlesome stage manager at the Ohio Theatre and the tuxedo-clad ghost awaiting his ride on Franklin Avenue. Learn the horrifying secrets behind the jail cells in one Columbus home and the truth about a centuries-old haunting near Dublin. Columbus Landmarks Foundation ghost tour guide Nellie Kampmann takes you on a journey to meet the mischievous souls and malevolent entities who aren't quite ready to leave this city

About the author (2011)

Lifelong central Ohio resident Nellie Kampmann works professionally in the field of history as a museum employee and researcher. She is actively involved with the Kelton House Museum and Garden and the Columbus Landmarks Foundation as a committee member. On the spooky side, her deep interest in the paranormal led her to become a tour guide on the Columbus Landmarks Foundation's yearly ghost tours. She is also a former staff writer for Haunted Voices Radio. Nellie lives with her husband, several cats, a dog and a ghost in Columbus.