George Rogers Clark Park

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George Rogers Clark Park’s Daniel Hertzler House is rumored to be haunted by Hertzler himself, killed October 16, 1867 by robbers. His killers escaped the jail and were never found.

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Geographic Information

Address:
936 South Tecumseh Road
Springfield, OH 45506
United States

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GPS:
39.91198891922858, -83.90781068788783
County:
Clark County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Donnelsville, OH (2.2 mi.)
Enon, OH (2.8 mi.)
Green Meadows, OH (3.5 mi.)
Holiday Valley, OH (5.0 mi.)
Springfield, OH (5.3 mi.)
Lawrenceville, OH (5.4 mi.)
North Hampton, OH (5.7 mi.)
New Carlisle, OH (6.5 mi.)
Crystal Lakes, OH (6.5 mi.)
Park Layne, OH (7.2 mi.)

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  1. I drive by this house all the time and sometimes I see what looks like candle light from one of the windows and a shadow crossing across the room. I have heard rumors that the house has also been part of the underground railroad and have heard that part of the house because of it and the paranormal activity that goes on.

  2. I go to this park all of the time and always have since I grew up in the area. In fact, I was lucky enough to stay the night there years ago as a boy scout. And guess what? Nothing happened. No ghosts, strange mists, disembodied voices, cold spots, orbs (dust), or anything else was seen. Nor was is any other time I have been there, or anyone else for that matter. This is because ghosts are not real. Anyone who claims they see something either is lying to feed their obsession, or so stupid that they can’t discern logical events from all of the ghost stories they fill their heads with from reading Haunted Ohio and watching those fraudster ghost shows on Discovery. Get a life, losers. Seriously. Go out once in a while and meet actual people. Not ghost obsessed whackos.

  3. @The Truther I can agree with you on some points. For instance, ghosts not existing and being nothing but a human invention. (I assume that’s what you believe anyway) Kind of like a religion, I guess. People believe in a religion because they want to. And there is nothing you can say to make them not believe in it once they latch on. Ghost obsessed people are the same. But to insult them by calling them losers and telling them to get a life is not cool. Some people may have reported things because they really thought they saw something, not because they are some kind of ghost addict who just ‘wants’ to experience something. It’s entirely possible that a sound or something which these people could not immediately explain was entirely innocent, but their minds in that environment and atmosphere generated thoughts of the paranormal. After all, there are tons of those ghost shows on Netflix and we all grew up with horror movies out the anus. Chill out dude. And honestly, if someone wants to be said ghost addict, let them. Who cares? They aren’t paying your bills.

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