For the first time under one cover, here are the tales of Cleveland’s greatest blizzards, most destructive tornadoes, nastiest snowstorms and worst floods—and so much more.
A pseudo tidal wave once pounded the Lake Erie shore from Bay Village to the Pennsylvania border. A phantom ice age caused scientists to predict that glaciers would soon return to Cleveland.
A river burned, mayflies swarmed the downtown area by the millions, credible UFO sightings are still unexplained and a June blizzard raged in the city.
Citizens perfected the art of throwing rocks at volunteer firefighters. Secret assistance in developing the atomic bomb created a radioactive neighborhood.
Join Cleveland author Alan F. Dutka as he explores intriguing stories of famous and lesser-known Forest City disasters.