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Haunted Cleveland 

When: Thu., Oct. 21 2010

Cleveland writer Charles Cassady Jr. is internationally renowned for his contributions to the Scene film-review empire, but he's got a gift for creepy stuff too: Cassady's 2008 book, Cleveland Ghosts, celebrates legends from around Northeast Ohio — chilling tales that locals have been talking themselves into believing for decades. His 2009 follow-up, Paranormal Great Lakes, takes the scary stuff out on the water: ghost ships, haunted lighthouses, and the ever-popular weird creature sightings. In honor of Halloween, Cassady is offering a series of talks based on the stories featured in his books. In the words of the estimable Mr. Cassady himself: "Mr. Cassady will attempt to entertain visitors with his wit, insight, and intelligence, or at least convince them to buy his books so maybe he'll shut up." Tonight at 6:30, he'll be scaring up business at the Euclid Public Library (631 East 222nd St.). Call 216-261-5300 or go to euclidlibrary.org for more information. Cassady will rise again for an October 28 visit to the Oberlin Public Library (65 S. Main St., Oberlin). Learn more at 440-775-4790. Both events are free. — Pantsios


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