If you want to visit a spooky place in the Buckeye State, Witches Tower is for you.
This tower has become a local legend and has attracted numerous myths and legends. Everything from witchcraft to supernatural experiences are said to have happened here. So what is the truth?
Today we take you on a haunted journey to explore the spooky history behind Ohio’s infamous Witch Tower.
Turn on all the lights, grab your favorite piece, and let’s go!
What is the witch’s tower?
The Witch’s Tower is a large stone tower built in 1940. It is also known as the Witch’s Tower or Frankenstein’s Tower.
However, its actual name is Patterson Tower, after John H. Patterson, founder of the National Cash Register Company (NCR).
Patterson was a prominent figure in the region and had a major impact on the development of Dayton, Ohio. He later donated the land for Hills & Camp; Dales Park, and the tower was erected in his honor.
Unfortunately, many know the tower more for its sinister appearance than to honor Patterson’s life.