We would like to get your comments or hear your stories. To contact us, email:
montgomeryghosts @ yahoo.com
Can you provide sources for your claim of a chemical spill in the 1970’s that killed 9 students and a teacher at Gaithersburg High School?
I have worked in the hazardous materials emergency response field in Montgomery County for the past 31 years and have not heard of this before I found your website. I spoke with several retired Gaithersburg firefighters who would have responded to such an incident and they have never heard the story and said it is nonsense.
If you read further you’ll see you are right – there is indeed nothing to that story. In fact, most of the disasters attributed to the ghosts at Gaithersburg High have never happened. How they got started I have no idea.
Your book seems very interesting! Where could I find a copy? I live in the clarksburg area and would like to know more about the area. Ghost stories with historical relevance are very interesting to me. They are like spiders, scary but intriguing at the same time. Thank you and I look forward to reading your book!
It’s easiest to order the book online. Our publisher as well as Amazon and Barnes and Noble carry it as well as a number of smaller online retailers. In Montgomery County it’s available at the Montgomery County Historical Society, Gaithersburg Community Museum, Cricket Books and the Sandy Spring Museum. Links to all those sites are found on the ordering page of our blog.
We have a lavender farm in mo co md, and we are planning our spring schedule, We will have bi weekly evening bonfires, sort of an open mike night for story tellers. I was looking for ghost story tellers, but I thought you all might want to come as speakers?
Just let me know what you would charge and I can explain more about our unique location!
Cell 301 905 7500
It sounds like fun. We don’t generally charge for speaking, just for the opportunity to sell our book. Send me some possible dates to the firstname.lastname@example.org address and we’ll work it out. BTW – I didn’t approve your message since it had your private information.
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