OK, this one is going to be pretty easy. Or not. To be honest, I’m a bit amazed at how many people have never seen or heard of this magnificent building before. Regardless, here it is: The building that appears on page 205 of Ohio’s Historic Haunts.
Can you name the building?
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Let’s jump right into this since we’re less than 2 weeks away from the release of Ohio’s Historic Haunts.
Here’s the photograph that will appear on page 202 of Ohio’s Historic Haunts:
This one’s kinda tough, isn’t it? Well, let me give you a couple of hints. First, you’re looking at a freight elevator. Second, the photo was taken on the third floor of the building. The reason the photo includes so much of the floor in front of the elevator is because something rather horrific is said to have taken place here.
So, can you name the location?
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WIthout further ado, allow me to present the photograph that will appear on page 32 of Ohio’s Historic Haunts.
Sorry for the odd crop, but in the full photograph, there’s a historical marker on the left side and a big ol’ sign with the location’s name on it on the right side. Figured it wouldn’t be much of a test if I left either of those in!
So, can you name the location?
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Hard to believe, but we’re only about a month away from the official release of Ohio’s Historic Haunts. So the Name That Location photos are going to start coming a lot faster. With that in mind, take a peek at the photo that will appear on age 59 of Ohio’s Historic Haunts. Can you name the location?
If you can’t wait to see a copy of Ohio’s Historic Haunts sitting on a shelf in a local bookstore, eagerly awaiting your purchase, you can preorder it now on Amazon or directly through Kent State University Press.
Oh yeah, and click here if you want to see all of the locations that I’ve revealed so far!
OK, so this may or may not be an easy one for you. But if you live anywhere in the central/northern part of Ohio (or have a love for all things Halloween), you should recognize this place.
This photo will appear on page 14 of Ohio’s Historic Haunts, available this fall through all major online booksellers as well as most Ohio brick-and-mortar bookstores. But why wait? It’s available for preorder now on Amazon!
So…can you name the location?
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I figured a nice way to slide on into the July 4th weekend would be with another Name That Location!
If you just stumbled upon this page and have no idea what all the fuss is about Ohio’s Historic Haunts, let me get you up to speed. It’s my new book that’s slated to come out this fall. To give everyone some nice little teasers, I’m posting photos of the locations covered in the book, asking people to guess where the picture was taken. When I think the suspense has gotten to be too much, I’ll post the answer and some inside scoop on what happened at the location during the writing of the book.
You can check out the other two Name That Location photos here and here.
As for Location #3, all I’m telling you at this point is that it will appear on page 229 of Ohio’s Historic Haunts. Care to guess the location?
What better way to start off the week than with another Name That Location!
What’s Name That Location, you ask? Well, it’s my way of teasing my upcoming book, Ohio’s Historic Haunts. I’m posting pictures of locations that will be covered in the book and asking you to guess where the picture was taken. After you’ve pondered the photo for a while, I’ll post the answer and some inside scoop on what happened at the location during the writing of the book. Just a couple of things, though. Can’t spoil the whole book now, can I?
So here you go: the photo that will appear on page 282 of Ohio’s Historic Haunts. Name the location!
Oh yeah, and if you missed Name That Location #1, click here to get caught up!
Well, the page proofs for my upcoming book, Ohio’s Historic Haunts, are finally here! And I figured a fun way to give everyone a sneak peek at what’s to come would be to “leak” some actual photos from the book and see if you guys can guess the location!
Some of the locations are instantly recognizable, so in those cases, I’ll probably crop the photos a bit just to make it a bit harder for you to guess. And after I’ve let you all scratch your heads for a while, I’ll post the answer, along with a brief description of the location and maybe, just maybe, a couple of hints as to what happened when I spent the night inside the place.
So here you go: your first test. This photo will appear on page 38 of Ohio’s Historic Haunts. Name the location! Feel free to post your answer below…or just scream it real loud at your computer screen. Either way, good luck!