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A collection of ghost stories, nearly forgotten folk tales, and haunted or abandoned places to visit from author Jannette Quackenbush. You can find more ghost stories and folklore from Ohio, West Virginia, Tennessee, and the Appalachians at:
https://21crows.com
hauntedhocking.com
https://westvirginiahauntsandlegends.com/
https://www.facebook.com/ohioghoststories
https://www.facebook.com/ghostsofwestvirginia
https://www.facebook.com/NewOrleansGhostStories

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq4pgfYKt5z1K4VaGa3CK7f

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Sometime Between Dusk and Dawn Ghost Stories JANNETTE QUACKENBUSH

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A collection of ghost stories, nearly forgotten folk tales, and haunted or abandoned places to visit from author Jannette Quackenbush. You can find more ghost stories and folklore from Ohio, West Virginia, Tennessee, and the Appalachians at:
https://21crows.com
hauntedhocking.com
https://westvirginiahauntsandlegends.com/
https://www.facebook.com/ohioghoststories
https://www.facebook.com/ghostsofwestvirginia
https://www.facebook.com/NewOrleansGhostStories

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq4pgfYKt5z1K4VaGa3CK7f

From Ohio to New Orleans Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/betweenduskanddawn/support

    Eight Foot Ghost of King Tunnel

    Eight Foot Ghost of King Tunnel

    There’s an old train bed deep within the forests of southeastern Ohio within the Hocking Hills, a remote path found by taking buckled pavement streets and sketchy gravel roads. The tracks were built in the 1850s for the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad. They passed through coal mining towns like Hope Furnace Station, Moonville, Ingham Station, Kings Station, and Mineral City. When a young man was killed walking these tracks on a lonely stretch of railroad, a ghost began to show up near an old train tunnel. This is the story of the Eight Foot Ghost of King Tunnel along the Moonville Rail Trail.

    Read it in my new book and find out how to get there: Moonville Ghost Stories and Haunts Along the Railway: https://www.amazon.com/Moonville-Ghost-Stories-Haunts-Railway/dp/B0CK3K9DM9

    Watch it on YouTube:

    https://youtu.be/Vk74MKrFjNQ





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    Elizabeth's Grave: Mount Union-Pleasant Valley Cemetery

    Elizabeth's Grave: Mount Union-Pleasant Valley Cemetery

    Welcome to Sometime Between Dusk and Dawn Ghost Stories. This episode is written and produced by me, Jannette Quackenbush, with folklore drawn from many resources. There is more than just this podcast. You can buy my book series on Amazon and in bookstores like Grandma Fayes, just a few miles from Old Man’s Cave, including this lore from my Ohio Ghost Hunter Guide II. When a gravestone began moving on its own accord within a cemetery in a remote section outside Chillicothe, Ohio, passersby once flocked to witness a ghostly form in its wake.


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    The Road to Hell, 1782

    The Road to Hell, 1782

    Winter Hike in the Hocking Hills is coming on January 20, 2024. (Find more info here: The Hocking Hills) Those hiking the trail during the event may come upon some spirits. Of course, Old Man Retzler and his baying hound are known to show up at Old Man’s Cave, and the Pale Lady follows hikers at Ash Cave. But between the two areas,
    the trail will lead along Queer Creek and to Cedar Falls, where ghosts are said to tarry. Their peculiar screams are explained as this--

    In the early 1800s, a mill powered by the waters of Queer
    Creek sat on the rim of Cedar Falls. Nearby was a massive beech tree with words engraved in its ancient trunk, “This is the road to hell, 1782.”

    You can find this story and others in my book Haunted Hocking Hills.




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    Rising from the Ashes: The Simcoe Valley Ghost

    Rising from the Ashes: The Simcoe Valley Ghost

    Out of the Ashes: An old story from Hocking County, Ohio

    Welcome to Sometime Between Dusk and Dawn Ghost Stories. This episode is written and produced by me, Jannette Quackenbush, with folklore drawn from many resources.
    But, there is more than just this podcast. You can buy my book series on Amazon and in bookstores, including this bit of lore, Rising from the Ashes, from my Haunted Hocking Hills book.
    I found this treasure in an old newspaper the Ohio Democrat from Logan, Ohio from November 1900.


    A story is told of a ghost left behind in Hocking County from an ill-fated couple long-dead.



    You can actually hike a trail through the valley and perhaps run into the ghost!


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    A Haunting in an Old Ghost Town: Hope Furnace

    A Haunting in an Old Ghost Town: Hope Furnace

    Welcome to Sometime Between Dusk and Dawn Ghost Stories. This episode is written and produced by me, Jannette
    Quackenbush with folklore pulled from many resources, including an interview ofMike Shea of Hope Furnace Station by Bill Price in 1961. There is more than just this podcast.

    You can buy my book series on Amazon and find them in other bookstores, including Haunted Hocking Hills which has this bit of lore. Today’s story is A Haunting in an Old Ghost Town.   Little remains of a  once vibrant community of iron furnace workers, except one of their own, a ghost.

    Hike this Hocking Hills Trail

    Find this haunted Ohio hike in Haunted Hocking Hills









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    After Dark: The Legend of Conkle's Hollow

    After Dark: The Legend of Conkle's Hollow

    Welcome to Sometime Between Dusk and Dawn Ghost Stories. This episode is written and produced by me, Jannette Quackenbush, with folklore drawn from many resources.   There is more than just this podcast. You can buy my book series on Amazon, including this story found in Haunted Hikes of the Appalachian Hills and Hollers 2  at Grandma Fayes Grocery near Old Man’s Cave, Tree House Treats in Logan, and in other bookstores.

    Today’s story is called After Dark, A Legend of Conkle’s Hollow.
    Long ago, thieves were murdered where the State Nature Preserve is today. And their ghosts still haunt the trail.

    *Conkle's Hollow is open dawn to dusk. Everyone must stay on the designated Trail. Nobody is allowed on the trail after dark. And no pets!




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