Mill Circle may be the most haunted street in New England.
Resident and author Dr. William Russo takes you behind the scenes of his neighborhood to tell you the fascinating tales behind so many haunting reports. From a brutal murder in the early 1800s to the death of two residents in 1912 on the Titanic, Mill Circle has more than its share of paranormal activity. Step by step, you will follow the trail of ghosts from their lost spring to the demolished mansion buried in its own cellar.
Prepare for a journey that traces ghost stories and strange events to real people and tragedy.
Available on amazon.com for smart-readers and in paperback later this summer!
DATELINE: New Book about Spirit from Titanic Disaster?
In his new book Mysterious Mill Circle, almost as an addendum, Dr. William Russo has finally told part of the true story about the strange activities at the former estate of two victims of the Titanic disaster.
In the final chapter of the new book comes the revelation about a possessed doll and its strange connection to the Titanic.
For years the story has circulated privately and quietly among local residents of the sleepy New England town where two victims of the Titanic were born and raised. Only one is buried nearby when his body was recovered. The other was never found in the North Atlantic.
Is the spirit or ghost taking hold of a doll version of Edvard Munch’s “The Silent Scream”? According to the author, the inflatable doll deflates and inflates on its own. But, that is only part of the mystery.
Previously Dr. Russo told the story of the victims in his nonfiction biography entitled Tales of a Titanic Family, but that historical work did not explain some of the paranormal activities associated with the neighborhood where the victims formerly lived.
The book also contains several tales of grotesque and odd wildlife on Mill Circle.
Now on Amazon in both paperback and e-book versions (strictly for smart readers).