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Joc-O-Sot (1810-1844) 

Erie St. Cemetery; One of the more curious figures in Cleveland's history; Indian Sauk Chief who fought in the Black Hawk war against the U.S in 1830; sustained gun shot wound but survived and joined a vaudeville troupe in Cleveland to raise money for his tribe; died in the Warehouse district, but wanted to return to his home in Minnesota; still roams Erie Cemetery as city's most notorious ghost.

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