GREENVILLE — James Willis invites you to “Meet the Ghosts of Ohio” on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 6 p.m. in the Greenville Public Library’s third floor meeting room. J
Willis is a paranormal researcher and author of over a dozen books including Ohio’s Historic Haunts: Investigating the Paranormal in the Buckeye State, The Big Book Of Ohio Ghost Stories, and Haunted Indiana.
He and “The Ghosts of Ohio” have spent over 17 years chasing after ghosts in the Buckeye State. And they’ve gotten more than their fair share of strange and spooky photographs, video, and audio clips to show for it.
“Join us for a unique evening of thrills and chills that might leave you rethinking your beliefs about ghosts!” said organizers.
For more info please see ghostsofohio.org.
Willis grew up interested in ghosts and life after death and began his research 30 years ago in his home state of New York before moving to Ohio in 1999. It’s then that he founded “The Ghosts of Ohio,” a nationally recognized paranormal research organization that now has over 35 members in three divisions throughout the state: Columbus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati. Willis and wife and young daughter live in Columbus.
Willis’ writing also includes contributions to the Armchair Reading Series and the Weird USA series plus his blog at strangeandspookyworld.com where he posts regular updates as well as archives monthly stories of research from 2010 to present complete with sights, sounds, and a big dose of humor and horror! And check out the online “museum.”
This is a ticketed, free program. Only 45 tickets will be distributed. Tickets can be picked up at the Library’s Reference Desk. Books will be available for purchase after the presentation and refreshments will be served.