One of the most recognizable buildings in Cincinnati is its music hall. This location dates back to the late 1800s, but the site itself has been home to other uses that include an asylum, an orphanage, a potter’s field and there were other nearby cemeteries from which the bodies were not removed. All of which add their own reasons for paranormal experiences. Top this off with a world class music venue and theater and there is no doubt that this music hall just might really live up to its “most haunted” reputation. Join me and listener and tour guide Angie Wallingford as we share the history and hauntings of Cincinnati’s Music Hall! The Moment in Oddity features raining Stickleback Fish and This Month in History features the birth of war correspondent Ernie Pyle.