Thanks, Jeaniene, for posting all these "extras." I stumbled across Night Huntress while reading an anthology (Death's Excellent Vacay, I think) and had to read more. I do wonder, though, are some of the details about Cat's hometown from the books taken from your real experiences in Ohio? I'm from Athens, OH (Southeastern OH) and I swear that we have a Simms Cemetary in which there is a tree that everyone calls the "Hanging Tree" (though my BF's family is actually from right around there and the rope scars are from his grandma's tire swing), and which is right off a road called Peach Ridge; Hocking Community College (mentioned above) is in the next town over, Nelsonville; Athens is a college-town (home of Ohio University) and is surrounded by rural farmland that is set in the Appalachian foothills and has tons of caves which were once homes/travel shelters to several Native tribes (Hopi, Cherokee, others too). There are other similarities as well, however your locational details have Cat's hometown closer and to the Northwest of Columbus. Just wanted to ask, because I really got a kick out of picturing such seemingly familiar landmarks, especially when reading Halfway to the Grave.