Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Palate Cincinnati's Haunted Eateries... If You Dare

Whether you believe in ghosts or other aspects of the paranormal, every culture has its folklore and many, many people have had an experience they simply can’t explain. Jeff Morris and Michael Morris have taken on their hometown in their new book, CINCINNATI HAUNTED HANDBOOK ($15.95, September 2010, Clerisy Press), in which they examine 100 of the spookiest haunts, from bridges to cemeteries, museums to theaters, all in the Queen City. The results might surprise even the most devout skeptics.

The Morris brothers have delved into the history of each location, considering both the story and the ghosts. From the unexplained apparitions at Music Hall to the wandering little ghost girl at the Golden Lamb Inn, from the white van that follows you on Buffalo Ridge Road to the spiteful spirits at Bobby Mackey’s Music World, CINCINNATI HAUNTED HANDBOOK covers the Queen City’s scariest spots. “We feel that this book is the quintessential guide for hunting ghosts in the Greater Cincinnati area” says Jeff Morris in the introduction.

In CINCINNATI HAUNTED HANDBOOK, readers will have access to helpful information in the two-page entries for haunted locales throughout Cincinnati, including:

● Directions from downtown

● An historical overview of the haunted place

● The story of ghostly doings in that place

● Advice on visiting the place yourself—if you dare

● Suggested mini-trips with combined locations

Jeff & Michael Morris founded Miamitown Ghost Tours in 2006 and currently operate seasonal tours as well as co-host a paranormal radio show together. They have one previous book, Haunted Cincinnati and Southwest Ohio (Arcadia Publishing, 2009) and reside in the Greater Cincinnati area.


by Jeff & Michael Morris

Clerisy Press ● $15.95 Paperback ● 240 pages w/ maps ● ISBN 978-1-57860-469-2

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1 comment:

Lance said...

This book sounds great! It'd be nice to see, laid out in easy format, what places in Cincinnati are 'haunted' and how I can visit them.