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Warehouse on the Canal


An Authentic, Historical and Intellectual experience


 Into the world of Ghosts and Home to the Edgar Allan Poe Theater


And the Mortuary Museum


warehouseonthecanal@hotmail.com


www.theghostsofcanalfulton.com


www.facebook.com/warehouseonthecanal


 


 Ghosts: Dead Men tell no tales



During the heydays of the Ohio & Erie Canal, between 1830 -1850 the nude corpse of a man was found floating in the canal. There is a report that 15-17 canal boat workers were found murdered along the canal. You can imagine what was going through the mind of a canal worker when there was a serial killer on the loose.



 Attempts to identify the victims as well as the murderer(s) were unsuccessful. You have to keep in mind that the canal workers made up of Irish and German ancestry with the majority of those being the Irish who were generally illiterate and without family and thus considered as expendable at that time as no one would be searching for them.



It is reported that the ghosts of these men can be seen roaming the canal looking for the person or persons responsible for their murders.



The next time you are walking along the canal and you see a group of unusual men who appear to be searching for something, give them a nod and wish them good luck.



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Warehouse on the Canal

An Authentic, Historical and Intellectual experience

 Into the world of Ghosts and Home to the Edgar Allan Poe Theater

And the Mortuary Museum

warehouseonthecanal@hotmail.com

www.theghostsofcanalfulton.com

www.facebook.com/warehouseonthecanal

 

 Ghosts: Dead Men tell no tales

During the heydays of the Ohio & Erie Canal, between 1830 -1850 the nude corpse of a man was found floating in the canal. There is a report that 15-17 canal boat workers were found murdered along the canal. You can imagine what was going through the mind of a canal worker when there was a serial killer on the loose.

 Attempts to identify the victims as well as the murderer(s) were unsuccessful. You have to keep in mind that the canal workers made up of Irish and German ancestry with the majority of those being the Irish who were generally illiterate and without family and thus considered as expendable at that time as no one would be searching for them.

It is reported that the ghosts of these men can be seen roaming the canal looking for the person or persons responsible for their murders.

The next time you are walking along the canal and you see a group of unusual men who appear to be searching for something, give them a nod and wish them good luck.