High Strangeness Homing Device Part 2 ~ Malabar Farm

If you read my last article, you know that in July of 2021, I decided to take a trip to Mohican Castle in Loudonville, Ohio. Previous visits to Loveland and Squire's Castles had (has) me wanting more. By sheer luck (or by my finely-tuned homing device), I found the two most haunted parts of the... Continue Reading →

High Strangeness Homing Device Part 1 ~ Landoll’s Mohican Castle

"This bugs me the worst. That's when the husband thinks that the wife knows where everything is, huh? Like they think the uterus is a tracking device. He comes in: "Hey, Roseanne! Roseanne! Do we have any Cheetos left?" Like he can't go over and lift up the sofa cushion himself." -- Roseanne BarrI remember... Continue Reading →

Richfield Fire Station

Those who fight fires often forge a strong bond. The men and women in a fire house become family; living, eating, and socializing together. When one of these courageous people perishes in a fire it can be devastating to their comrades and the community. Perhaps some of these departed souls linger. Do the spirits of... Continue Reading →

Merry Go Round Museum

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 →

Everything Old is New Again ~Put-In-Bay 2019 Part 3

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 →

A Haunting at Malabar State Park

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 →

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