Resurrecting a Ghost
I wasnt born until over four years after they locked Black Aggie away. By the time I was a teenager in Howard County, the statues legend was no longer whispered in dark rooms by giggling kids.
by David Buscher
An avid reader of "true" supernatural tales, I first encountered the account of Black Aggie in a book called Haunted Houses, by Richard Winer and Nancy Osborn. Something about the story intrigued me, and I remember reading it over and over, planning to one day find Druid Ridge Cemetery and visit the scene of the crime. But I knew the statue was gone and felt no urgency.