MIDDLETOWN, Ohio — Ghost tales and concrete legends in Ohio that you just may not learn about are featured in a comic book e-book.
Klockow doesn’t want ghost tales for Halloween this yr; she stated she lived one.
She stated all of it occurred on the Sorg Opera Home in Middletown. It is a 130-year-old theater that was not too long ago restored.
Klockow stated she volunteered to assist revamp the constructing and that’s when she noticed a ghost.
“Standing within the center, I caught her strolling up the staircase. She was a 20-something-year-old girl with black, bobbed hair sporting a to the nines flappers outfit,” stated Klockow.
That is when she started working, turning her creepy ghost story right into a creepy ghost comedian e-book.
“Did she actually give me a tour by means of the halls? No, however I wish to suppose it’d be cool if she did,” stated Klockow.
Klockow, an editor and artist, received on her laptop and drew herself and the ghost she noticed doing simply that.
“She’s guiding me by means of the Sorg Opera Home and its spotlight areas and introducing me to all of the completely different ghosts which can be stated to hang-out the halls of the Sorg Opera Home,” stated Klockow.
She joined a bunch of artists and her story grew to become considered one of six within the comedian collection referred to as the “Cupboard of Curiosities.”
“That is our second yr, and it options tri-state ghost tales, city legends and creepy creatures, retold by native artists,” stated Klockow.
They’re ghost tales within the e-book that to some are very actual.
“I consider ghosts as residing historical past,” stated Klockow.
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