Circleville, Ohio has a mystery – who sent the Circleville letters?

The historic town of Circleville, Ohio recovered from the Great Depression and is a town with over 13,000 residents. Each year the annual pumpkin festival hosts over 400,000 visitors. See vintage photographs of 1938 Circleville, Ohio.

Circleville has a mystery

Interesting story of Circleville letters in the film below (See more on Circleville)

I wonder if the answer to who wrote the letters will ever be answered.

Click here to see vintage pictures and stories on Circleville, Ohio 

Bestselling novel RIBBON OF LOVE: 2nd edition – A Novel of Colonial America (Tapestry of Love Book 1) is the story of a first family  in colonial America.

New 2nd edition – edited and revised in 2015

Inspired by actual people and historical events! Based on the Cottingham ancestors of Bibb County, Alabama.

Coming from diverse cultural backgrounds and separated from the mainland by the Chesapeake Bay, the real world of the settlers of “The Kingdom of Accawmacke” is revealed and secrets about America’s history are discovered in this well-researched novel. Actual court records dating back to the early 1630s create historical accuracy as the reader is taken back to the primitive days of colonial America where the Pattendens encounter life-changing difficulties with Indians, ducking stools, illness, massacres, death, loneliness, love, and greed.

“We’re all going to die!” echoed from below deck amid the frenzied screams and cries from terrified women and children between decks. Sounds of chaos below deck filled the air as the hands scrambled to free the foremast before it broke through the ship. “Quickly, men” We need to free that fore-mast now!” bellowed Captain Potts. “But, by God be careful, we don’t want to lose another man!”