The Rapid Run Park in Cincinnati is rumored to be haunted. The park gets a lot of visitors and a few seem to be ghosts. Many folks have claimed to have encountered a spirit of a young boy. The ghost has been observed playing on the swings by numerous people. Others have witnessed shadowy figures near the baseball fields. Native American spirits are also believed to linger in the park's woods.
The Rapid Run Park was originally called Lick Run Park. The park was created in the 1920s later being dedicated at the Rapid Run Park in 1942. The park features a pavilion overlooking a pond.
A lot of the parks in the Queen City are known to be haunted. Some visitors of the Rapid Run Park have met its ghosts. The spirit of a little boy has been observed playing in the park and is often spotted near the swings. Shadow figures have been witnessed roaming by the ball fields and when seen, the figures vanish. The spirits of Native Americans are believed to be attached to the park.
The Rapid Run Park is located at 4450 Rapid Run Parkway, in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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