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Submitted by Dale
Categories: computer, clock, elevator, hotel, man
There used to be a boy who played baseball on the Riverside Park field in the late fifties. He was about 5'10 and couldn't have weighed more than 150 lbs. He generated so much bat speed that he could hit the ball more that 400' often from home plate over the Railroad tracks.
I heard that he played military ball later in the sixties and went on to play several games in the majors where he hit 3 home runs in the 4 games he played. He elected to reenlist in the army and was killed in Vietnam.
His ghost has been seen down near the tracks on several occasions. His first name was Mike and he was a friend of George Seltzer and a boy named Dufflemeyer. I do not recall his last name but he lived on Byrd Street.|
Submitted by Bob |
Comment by Monk: I remember him. He went to Poly and didn't play ball there because he had no way to get home from the games. They used to call him Calavito because of his arm he threw like Rocky Calavito the Cleveland outfielder.
I saw him make a throw from the water fountain at the ball field to home plate without the ball getting more than six feet off the ground. He was amazing.
Categories: military, field, park, railroad, road
I grew up in Canton and had always seen dark spirits roaming the streets at night all the time. Guess you can say the neighborhood was one big hot spot for dark shadow spirits (demons. ) The one that watched me the most was the one wearing a hot and long coat that I refer to as ''The Dark One. ' These were normal sightings that I know of from many of the neighborhood people. Not sure nowadays, since the original Cantoners pretty much moved away. Also many of the homes that I had been in, about one out of three was haunted back then. Everyone I knew had their ghost stories that they experienced in their home or around the neighborhood. I had also sensed spirits in many places, like the Canton Pratt Library, Patterson Park (also the watched tower), and Old Canton RR building.
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