Monday, September 12, 2011

Maysville Market Offers Travelers More than Snacks...

The Maysville Market stands on the corner of Route 42 and Water Street in Grant County.  The building, which is approximately 100 years old, is home to a small country grocery store...and possibly a ghost or two.

At the time of the reports, the shop was ran by Sharon Kiplinger and Mary Hoverville.  Both women reported many a strange disturbances at the shop including hearing footsteps upstairs when no one was there, lights going on and off by themselves, and an unplugged telephone ringing in a phantom caller.  Down in the shop itself, merchandise is often rearranged by an invisible force.

There have been no records of any violent deaths or other tragedies associated with the old building, and the women have no theories as to who or what may be causing the strange incidents that plague the Maysville Market on a regular basis.  It is interesting to note that nearby is location of a peddler, who after being brutally murdered, made his location known with a phantom death rattle.  Does this murdered peddler stop in at the market, still making himself known after all these years, or is it someone...or something else?

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