Like springboards for our collective unconscious…

“Most people love a good scary story, especially if tinged with weirdness. In fact, entire websites are devoted to popularizing such myths, those tales that make the rounds both electronically and wherever humans continue to gather in the flesh. These spooky stories are like springboards for our collective unconscious and serve to fuel the dark side of our imagination. Learning that a frightening fable allegedly took place at a location you can actually visit just adds to the thrill.”

– James Willis, Andrew Henderson, and Loren Coleman, Weird Ohio


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