It was an accident. You were driving down Lake Avenue on Thursday evening, January 12th, at about 6:30 or 7:00 p.m. That’s when Snowball ran out into the street and was struck by your car. Needless to say, he is dead. We know you didn’t mean to hit him. It was probably unavoidable. It just happened.
Slife Of Life
In the tradition of American ghost hunting an apparent tie exists between the civil war and the nation’s most notorious hauntings. Southern places and southern-born writers seem to dominate the scene. Adam Keith comes from this rich history with his birthplace, Louisville, Kentucky situated squarely within its geographic and cultural boundaries. A hobby ghost hunter himself, Keith moved to Lakewood late last year, doing his part to build the pantheon of unique, venerable personalities that give the 'Wood' its distinctive character.
Keith is an introverted man with a gentle, soft-spoken sensibility. His care-free gate and penchant for filtered cigars are characteristically southern. As an ambassador of his birthplace, Keith embodies that famously southern hospitality. It’s not surprising that, given his introversion, he has yet to explore Lakewood beyond the Madison and Detroit Avenue business districts. However, as an observant southern man, he’s keenly aware of the personality distinctions between the two districts. According to Keith, “People are friendlier on Detroit, they say ‘hi’ and smile… not so much on Madison.” Though however friendly Lakewoodites on the Detroit ley line may strike him, in this regard the northern cities do not come close to those of the south, that place that beckons his heart’s return.