Columbus Uncovered: Fascinating, Real-Life Stories About Unusual People, Places & Things in Ohio's Capital City (Paperback)
A long-lost, world-class amusement park ... huge replicas of the world's biggest wonders ... a 1903 stage play with eight galloping horses. Columbus has had its share of odd attractions over the years. And scandals, too - the fake drug that led to the formation of the Food and Drug Administration ... the 19th century pharmacist who loved to sunbathe nude atop his castle ... the early visit of an airship that led to a riot. And many curiosities are still with us today - a neighborhood with 50 Frank Lloyd Wright-style homes ... a blind, high school marching band ... a company that makes burglar-proof burial vaults. Columbus Uncovered reveals dozens of the most-unusual chapters in our city's history. You'll find them all fascinating.