It's those Weird NJ guys making news again. Bloomfield vagabond journalist-editors Mark Sceurman and Mark Moran have both gone big time with a book of "Weird US" stories, and have expanded their franchise to other states, including Florida, Illinois, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, California and New England, and a TV series on the History Channel.
Now they're facing a lawsuit over a haunting tale in "Weird Ohio."
The family that has owned the historic Staley Mill since 1825 claims the book has created a 'stigma' and attracted trespassers and vandals.
The suit seeks in excess of $25,000 in damages plus more than $25,000 in punitive damages and expenses. Doesn't seem like a lot, but you can buy a decent home(non-haunted) in some Ohio towns for less.