Wicked New Albany

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The History Press, 2011 - History - 140 pages
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Every town has those dark places where the foulest of felonies once occurred, deeds so despicable that most would prefer to forget that they ever happened, and even those not so willing or unable to forget the grisly proceedings generally speak of the horrible events in hushed whispers behind closed doors with only their most trusted and closest associates. Seidl's hometown of New Albany, Indiana, snuggled along the northern banks of the Ohio River and on the downstream end of the treacherous "Falls of Ohio," is no exception.

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User Review  - Jen Selinsky - Goodreads

"Wicked New Albany" chronicles many murders, suicides, and fatal accidents which took place in the city from the early 1800s to the 1970s. Though some of the imagery presented in the book is somewhat ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kenneth Weene - Goodreads

Local history at its best. Seidl has taken the history of his town and made it come alive in all its shades of horror and death. This same level of writing applied to a larger tableau and we might have a great book. Read full review


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About the author (2011)

Gregg Seidl, a lifelong resident of New Albany, shares his downtown Edwardian home with his fianci, Corine Miller, and three cats -- George, Othello, and Iggy. After obtaining his B.A. in American history from Indiana University Southeast, Seidl plans to pursue a graduate degree in historic preservation at the prestigious Savannah College of Art and Design in beautiful Savannah, Georgia.