“A piece of Atomic City history”
Built in 1891, the historic Fort Piqua Hotel was once a library, and then stood empty for years. It was recently renovated into the Fort Piqua Plaza, host to a banquet center, the Piqua Library and several restaurants. Now it is said to be haunted by a handyman who died in 1910 after falling into a barrel of cleaning acid. His ghost is seen working on things or shoveling coal in the basement. Witnesses also have heard heavy objects moving on empty floors above them, and music coming from an old dining room area.
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Fort Piqua Plaza
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