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Dover Public Library will host author of ‘Haunted Tuscarawas County’

Author Debra Robinson will discuss her new book, “Haunted Tuscarawas County,” as part of The Dover Public Library’s Nights at the Round Table author series.

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The Dover Public Library will host author Debra Robinson on Thursday, Oct. 20 at 6:30 p.m. as part of its Nights at the Round Table author series. Robinson will discuss her new book, “Haunted Tuscarawas County,” which delves into Tuscarawas County’s ghost tales and the history behind them.

“Tuscarawas County’s history stretches back to the pioneer era,” Robinson said. “Some history, however, refuses to remain in the past. Towns and sites founded in the 1700s and 1800s, like Zoar, Schoenbrunn and Dennison Depot, abound with legends and spectral encounters. Helpful haunts reside at the Little Theatre and at the Dover Public Library. The sad specter of poor axe-murdered Mary Seneff rises from the Red Hill bridge over little Sugarcreek, and Newcomerstown’s young post boy, William Cartmill, still tries to deliver his mail.”

Robinson is a professional musician and songwriter as well as an author. Her previous publications include “A Haunted Life: The True Ghost Story of a Reluctant Psychic” and “The Dead are Watching: Ghost Stories from a Reluctant Psychic” with Llewellyn Worldwide; “The Haunting of Black Tower Mansion with Voodoo Press;” and “Sarah’s Shadows,” its sequel, “Sarah’s Sight,” and “Red Death: A Post Apocalyptic Thriller” and its sequel, “Red Death: Survivors,” with Severed Press.

A book signing will follow the program, which is free and open to all. For more information or to register, call the Dover Public Library at 330-343-6123. The Dover Public Library is located at 525 N. Walnut St., directly across the street from Dover High School.

Published: October 13, 2016
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