Some shots of our walk (through the abandoned playground) to the graveyard. The groundskeeper’s house in the Old Section of the cemetery had its windows all glowing red. I’m not clear on why, but it made for some beautiful snaps. I’m also not sure about the blurs.
This was a serial killer that gripped Ohio in the 1930s, murdering, decapitating and conducting bizarre experiments on at least 12 victims (though there is suspected to be substantially more). The killer was never caught, even though the famous Eliot Ness was somewhat involved in the case and had a clear suspect in mind, an influential and wealthy man that later committed himself to a mental hospital (taunting Ness with postcards from inside) to avoid conviction. Other theories have surfaced, but so far, the case is largely unsolved.