The Queen City is Haunted Walking Tour uncovers disturbing tales buried deep within Cincinnati’s storied past. Follow your expert guides to discover stories of ghastly murders and gruesome deaths. Linger with us in the halls of an archaic building teeming with paranormal activity, and walk the grounds where human remains have been recently unearthed. Learn about Cincinnati's Murder College, the ghosts of Music Hall, and the Tri-State's most prolific killer.
The true story of The Greenbrier Ghost - a remarkable case in which the victim's spirit testified about its own violent death, and named the murderer! Her daughter was only 23. Yet Mary Jane Heaster watched through tear-soaked eyes as the body of her young daughter was lowered into
Jennie Wade Ghost Tours - Hear tales of ghostly encounters with soldiers and civilians on a 90 minute, five block walk through the south side of town. For the last half of the tour, travel inside one of the most haunted houses in the country, the Jennie Wade House, where the only civilian casualty during the battle at Gettysburg caused an ill-fated legacy of hauntings.
Lincoln's Funeral Train in 1865. Still travels through the country on the anniversary of its procession: See Ghosts and Haunts of the Civil War, Chapter 32: http://www.booksamillion.com/p/Ghosts-Haunts-Civil-War/Christopher-Kiernan-Coleman/9781558537859?id=5826563501315
Here Comes The Bride II | 1920s African American bride and groom posing for their formal wedding portrait, circa 1920s. Note the ghostly image of a child next to the newlyweds possibly suggesting the couple’s future. James Van Der Zee, photographer. African American Vernacular Photography courtesy of Black History Album.