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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 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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