Hello neighbors, allow me to introduce myself. I am Gavin Englebrecht, paranormal investigator. Some of you may know me from my popular Buckeye State haunts blog, Spirits of Ohio. Others may know me as a recent transplant to town, having pulled into the Moonlite Grove RV Park just a few months ago. Still others may know me as a colleague on the plastics factory second shift. However you know me, hello.
First of all, I want to say how welcoming this town has been to myself and my daughter, Iris. Secondly, I feel like we made the right decision moving here here just as the number of unexplainable phenomena has greatly increased!
Both Iris and I have a long history of exploring mysterious, otherworldly events. But in the past few months we have been overjoyed to experience your amazingly weird town—complete with its disappearing pets, French ghosts, and The Void. Even murder! For a ghost hunter like myself, let me say: jackpot!
But the main phantasmagoric phenomena drawing me to your strange burg is the ghostly appearances of the Ames Rifle factory, which burned down in 1866 on the same ground where the Question Mark Motel now stands. Many witnesses have claimed to see it appear and disappear across your town in the month of October, the same month of the fiery catastrophe. And it would appear that this mysterious spirit factory has once again appeared this year.
I am looking for credible witnesses willing to share their firsthand account as I search for clues to its appearance and reappearance and its connection to the death of 99 child workers. If you have a story to share, please contact me through my blog, Spirits of Ohio.
Thanks and please keep Question Mark weird!