"There was an instance when, for some reason, we were all in the same room and we were bickering about something," Yvette recalled. "We were all being very loud. And then, out of nowhere, a crowbar flew past my ear, inches from my head. Everyone was accounted for, there was nobody else in the room, but something threw that crowbar. If it had been an inch closer to my head it would have killed me. It was thrown with violence."
Hanoverton, Ohio is a small village in Columbiana County with a storied past and some say many lingering spirits.
Founded in the early 1800s by abolitionists, the village helped shape both a young nation and the early Republican Party.
“It’s just incredible history,” said David Johnson, owner of the Spread Eagle Tavern & Inn on Plymouth St. in Hanoverton, “This is remarkable; every neighbor on this street has a ghost story.”