Sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy
If I had a day that I could give you
I'd give to you a day just like today
If I had a tale that I could tell you
I'd tell a tale sure to make you smile
If I had a wish that I could wish for you
I'd make a wish for sunshine all the while.
Yoohoo I, Sweet William The Scot, am at the bottom of the picture! SEE ME. Now like the song says I am going to tell you a tale.
That is better you can see me now!
I am at the Gazebo at Mirror Lake in Eden Park.
It is truely a beautiful place. Outdoor weddings take place here and model photoshoots and .....
George Remus a bootlegger on October 6, 1927 shot Imogene, his wife, as she ran from her car on the road along side the Gazebo. The gun was found the next spring by a child hunting for Easter eggs near the Gazebo.
Since that time, there have been reports of sightings of a woman in a long black dress seen near the Gazebo, usually at dusk, and often around the time of year when Imogene Remus was shot, in early October. As the leaves fall from the trees in Eden Park around the Gazebo, people have seen the shadowy figure of the woman nearby, crying quietly and looking out over the park’s reflecting pool, though if approached, the woman disappears.
Remus was never punished for her death. Who knows, but the life and legend of George Remus has always been a classical tale, so it is only fitting that it has a ghost story associated with it as well.
This picture was taken last October.
Have you ever seen a ghostly Apparition?
In December I showed you the poinsettia display at the Krohn Conservatory and said all the miniature natural places were real in Cincinnati. Well here is the miniature Gazebo.
Cincinnati has a great Queen City Underground history. Maybe sometime I will take you under my city.
Thanks for being a friend
Traveling down the road and back again
Your heart is true and your a friend of mine
Sweet William The Scot
Not the greatest photo the camera was at full zoom, but we saw this vibrant in color, activity, and song cardinal this morning on our walk.. Isn't he beautiful.