Ghosts In Oxford, Ohio? Yes, Please!

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Have I told you lately how much I love my inquisitive fans?

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Not sure when the article hit online, but this morning’s edition of the Oxford Press carried an interview I did with them about my upcoming appearance in Oxford on Sunday, October 29th. The article was entitled “Ghosts In Oxford? Author To Share Spooky Stories Sunday.” However, as many of you are pointing out via your e-mails to me, the article does not mention a single ghost story associated with Oxford, leaving you all wondering if I will be talking about Oxford ghosts or not.

The short answer is “yes”, I will most certainly be talking about some of the more popular Oxford-area ghost stories and legends. Not to give everything away, but some of the stories will include:

  • Reid Hall–I was given permission to conduct an overnight investigation inside the building prior to it being torn down
  • Ronald Tammen disappearance–does his ghost still remain where his dorm room once stood?
  • The Oxford Rider–my personal encounters with the mysterious “ghost light”

Oh yeah, and if you’re looking for more than just ghosts, there will be plenty of giant roadside oddities, mummified cats, and pickled fingers to go around. And if you’re really nice to me, you might get to see the infamous Blue Flash video. No promises, though!

If you’re interested in coming to this event, click here to reserve your tickets. If there are any left, they will be available for purchase at the door the day of the event. But I wouldn’t chance it if I were you as there’s only a couple of seats left!

Click here to read the Oxford Press article in its entirety.

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My Strange & Spooky World Is Coming To Oxford, Ohio

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You’d think with all the years I’ve spent chasing the Oxford Motorcycle Ghost (not to mention the fact that I have relatives in Oxford and have been allowed to participate in the legendary Townie Nights), that my Strange & Spooky World would have made several appearances in Oxford, Ohio. Not so. But all that’s going to change on Sunday, September 29th, with a very special appearance.

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For this appearance, I will be sharing audio, video, and photos from all sorts of strange and spooky things I have encountered while writing some of my books, including the soon-to-be-released The Big Book Of Ohio Ghost Stories. It will also include a Q&A session and a book signing reception, complete with tasty refreshments!

It all gets started at 2:00 pm at the Oxford Community Arts Center Ballroom. Tickets are $15.00 a person.

Seating for this unique event is very limited, so don’t wait to get your tickets. Call (513) 280-6115 or e-mail margimoul@gmail.com to reserve your seats today!