A person is about Lake Manawa.
“I listened to a story that, in the early 1900s, there applied to be a dance corridor at Lake Manawa,” he claimed. “The legend is that there was a twister that destroyed the dance hall, and some people today were being (killed) in that — and their ghosts linger underneath the waters of Lake Manawa. There was a twister that destroyed the dance hall, but I really don’t know if any individual was killed in that.”
That perform is superimposed above a photograph taken by Niki Killion, he reported. The relaxation of the pictures is his.
Gen. Grenville Dodge, his family and his former home are subjects of other stories, Richardson said.
“There’s a full large amount of legends of the Dodge family members,” he claimed. “But that helps make feeling, because they were these kinds of a major element of the local background.”
“Fighting Phantoms” is a single of 3 parts in the exhibit that relate to the Dodges, Richardson reported.
“Supposedly, if you stand in entrance of the Dodge House in the evening – on the road in entrance of the Dodge Household – you can hear the audio of two adult men arguing,” he said.
Other legends include the Ruth Anne Dodge Memorial, usually referred to as the Black Angel, Richardson explained. A person worries the Civil War cannons at the Kinsman Monument.