Filed under: Calendar Events
Tagged as: Civil War sesquicentennial event, G.A.R. Museum, lecture, Peninsual Valley Historic & Education Foundation, Peninsula (OH), Summit County.
|October 25, 2012|
|7:00 pm||to||8:30 pm|
Ghost Stories of the Civil War
The Civil War is full of stories that nobody has ever been able to rationally explain. Ghost Stories of the Civil War is the story of the sites and locations with a twist. Many of the stories are probably only local legends and folklore, but a good ghost hunter knows that these types of tales can sometimes point them in the right direction! Many of the ghost legends you will hear, after all, are based on actual historical fact.
Paul Goebbel was co-owner of a manufacturing representative firm and a salesmen for the gift and home accessory trade for over 30 years. He was also an auctioneer, job coach for disabled adults, and substitute teacher for special needs students. Mr. Goebbel currently writes historic study units for home school, tutors, and small museums; giving historic presentations; reenacts; and is a judge in the Ohio History Day competition.
Location: G.A.R. Hall Museum, 1785 Main Street (rt. 303), Peninsula, OH, 44264
Sponsor: Peninsula Valley Historic & Education Foundation
Details: Free and open to the public
Contact: Rebecca Urban, firstname.lastname@example.org; 330-657-2528