Submission: Cedar Point Ghost Boy

When you go to Cedar Point this summer, be sure to check out its newest ghostly attraction.  If you are confused about which Cedar Point ghost we are talking about, Rich shares photos to help you identify the right one:

My wife took these photos at our stay at the Breakers Inn at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. In the first photo, a young boy is seen in the right side of the picture.  You can also see my wife’s reflection in the left. There was no little boy anywhere near her when she took this picture. 

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She then took another photo a few minutes later after she looked at the photo and saw what she captured.

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Submission: Melon Head Files

4/2/09:  Dirt Lawyer waxes nostalgic as he fondly recalls Melon Head campfire tales and spooks.  Other story tellers may have their killer with a hook for a hand.  In NE Ohio, we have our Melon Heads.

In the 1960′s and early 1970′s our camp counselors at Red Raider Camp in Novelty/Russell Township on the western edge of Geauga County would horrify us with campfire tales of the Melon Heads when we’d camp on land owned by the Metallurgy Society. Continue reading

Submission: Woolyburger Cemetery (multiple)

5/2/05: Dim the lights real low to get the full horrific effect of Kari’s Top Ten List of All Things Evil at Woolyburger Cemetery.

Hello, I have also visited the cemetery, which is also known as the Little Pennsylvania Cemetery. Wooly Burger is a name it gained over time due to the rumors of a large Big Foot-like creature living back there. I have never experienced a Big Foot encounter but I have definitely experienced many different things back there such as… Continue reading

Submission: Leroy’s Bridge (multiple)

Three different readers share their own personal experiences that forever bind them to the tragic, haunted Leroy’s Bridge.

1/1/05Paper Hanger offers his take on the tragic, haunted legend of Leroy’s Bridge, as well as his own creepy experiences with “The Walking Dude”:

While I was living in West Salem, I heard of a local legend called Leroy’s Bridge.  I lived about 2 miles away from the bridge, but it’s not the story or the bridge itself that still send a chill up my spine.. Continue reading