Haunted Tuscarawas County
Tuscarawas County’s history stretches back to the pioneer era. Some history, however, refuses to remain in the past. Towns and sites founded in the 1700s and 1800s, like Zoar, Schoenbrunn and Dennison Depot, abound with legends and spectral encounters. Helpful haunts reside at the Little Theatre and Dover Public Library. The sad specter of poor axe-murdered Mary Seneff rises from the Red Hill bridge over little Sugarcreek. And Newcomerstown’s young post boy, William Cartmill, still tries to deliver his mail. Author Debra Robinson delves into the area’s ghost tales and the history behind them.
About Debra Robinson (Akron, Ohio Author)
Debra/D. L. Robinson is an author and lifelong professional musician/songwriter. She has 8 books and several short stories released with 7 publishers. Debra’s first and second books were nonfiction. A Haunted Life and The Dead are Watching with Llewellyn Worldwide. Writing under the pseudonym D.L. Robinson, her bestselling Post Apocalyptic thriller series Red Death and Red Death: Survivors were released by Severed Press. The Door Beyond the Grave is a paranormal suspense series, and The Evil in the Tower is a paranormal thriller. Her short story The Skeench will be released in the Killing It Softly 2 (The Best Women in Horror) anthology in October 2017. Her nonfiction book Haunted Tuscarawas County with History Press/Haunted America was released Aug 2016. Debra Lives in Ohio in a haunted house.