Everyone has a reason for doing what we do. I share one of my whys for day tripping in this latest story - What Would Tony Do?
Merry-go-rounds have delighted the masses since the mid-nineteenth century. A calliope plays happy tunes as riders rise and fall while seated on their painted ponies and assorted wild animals. The spinning wheel seems like it could twirl endlessly as its passengers forget their worries and live for the moment. But, alas, as with life, everything... Continue Reading →
The Park Hotel - the perfect combination of old and new Fellow paranormal investigators, remember the first time you went on an investigation? Whether it was a residential home, a business, or a well-established paranormal hotspot, you arrived at the location buzzing with excitement, ready to have an extraordinary experience, and then…equipment set-up. For non-ghost... Continue Reading →
As I eluded to in Part 1 of this series, if you ask most Northern Ohio locals to describe what comes to mind when they think of Put-in-Bay, they would probably say, "Par-TAY!" What I think, though, is "Nine years. Who else has been able to investigate an island for nine years?" Yes, we became... Continue Reading →
written by Amy S In the summer of 1896, a story of unrequited love ended in the tragic deaths of a Pleasant Valley, Ohio family.In 1873, David and Rebecca Rose. gave birth to Celia (Ceely). Reports indicate that Ceely was mentally challenged, with a mental age well below her peers. As she physically matured, she... Continue Reading →
"Can you see it? Is it moving? Well? Is it?" -- My friends and I circa 1975 Last year on my Spring Break, I traveled four hours from Northern Ohio to Southern Ohio to visit the infamous ghost town areas of Moonville Tunnel and Hope Furnace. The one-day trip was such a blast that I... Continue Reading →
It's a special occasion when Fringe Paranormal starts its annual Put-in-Bay investigation on trick-or-treat night!
As I watched Hellier on Amazon Prime, I couldn't help by think of a trip I took where a series of events led me to an outcome I would never have imagined possible...
The Haunted Hydro Dark Attraction Park Many people love a good scare in the Fall when they visit a haunted attraction. Haunted houses around the country pack in visitors during the Halloween season. But the city of Fremont, Ohio is , perhaps, the only place that boasts a haunted attraction with real haunts and real... Continue Reading →
"The fact that there's a highway to hell and only a stairway to heaven says a lot about anticipated traffic numbers" _Anonymous. Hello, all! It's been a minute since I've written a blog about my thoughts and experiences as a paranormal enthusiast. I'm not sure why I tapered off a few years ago. I think... Continue Reading →