Last year, I finally conned Mom (83 at the time), into going on a mini-trip to Pt. Pleasant, one of my favourite haunts. I took her picture with the Mothman. We got coffee at the corner shop. Then, I convinced her to check out the Lowe Hotel. It was our first time to ever see it.
Folks! There are no words for the beauty of the lobby. Antiques, marble, lovely sitting area that makes you wish you’d brought a good book, we were both gobsmacked. If you don’t step in and take a peek – you’re totally missing out.
For the paranormal enthusiast, it’s a gem. The Lowe is known for being haunted. Rather than go into all the hauntings myself, check out Theresa’s Haunted History of the Tri-State. She’s got an entire list of what’s seen where in the hotel. Scroll down to “The Ghosts” when you check out her post.
That’s it for today! Mothman Festival Kickstarter begins tonight! I’ll be there Sunday. Check out the web page!
My name is Yochana, or Yo, for short. Growing up on a farm in southeastern Ohio was pretty lonely, so books and art became my best friends. I wrote my first piece of "fan fiction" in fourth grade. It was based on the movie, "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman," starring the late Cicely Tyson. That same school year, I wrote a poem that my teacher sent off to a publisher friend. He told her to give me a few years. A little over 20 years later, my poems were published. That to me was a few years.
Since then, I've been a reporter who horrified the editors with my grammar skills, wrote for campus publications, written humorous company training manuals, and have written three books.
These days, I'm back on the farm taking care of my mom, and living in a '95 Jayco Eagle Mini-motorhome with my cat, Lillie, and three grandkittens. (Thanks, Lillie.)
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