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 →
As so often happens with urban legends, Holcomb Woods is located out in what seems to be the middle of nowhere. It takes its name from the road on which it resides, Holcomb Road, which is also known as Old St. Rt. 162 in Wayne, Ohio. Legend has it that a school bus crashed... Continue Reading →
Some believe that the soul survives death. Like the Phoenix of myth, a brewing company in Mansfield has risen from the ashes. While a building may not have a soul, this one might house the essence of the departed. Perhaps there is more than one type of spirit being served here. History The history of... Continue Reading →
So, I’m scrolling through Facebook today when I see the headline: “Paranormal Investigator Exposed to Fake Activity of Ghosts”. Oh the outrage! You mean a ghost didn’t really move that ball on command? Shocking! And I think to myself…really? Really we’re surprised? The paranormal field has taken a huge turn since back in the day... Continue Reading →
Fringe Paranormal's investigation of the Mansfield fire Museum did not produce any evidence but we do have plenty of photos to share. Take some time and look around! Date: October 24, 2015 Location: 1265 W 4th Street Mansfield, Ohio 44906
It has been said that those who ignore the past are doomed to repeat it. Museums serve as record keepers of our past. The dead come alive in these grand spaces and talk to us about the past in hopes that we will learn from their mistakes. Using allegories about the dead to describe... Continue Reading →
Tindall Bridge has been the scene of both triumph and despair. It is a triumph of engineering and construction and yet is associated with the despair and sadness that walk hand in hand with death. It is a figurative, and some say literal, link to those who have crossed over to the other side. Rebuilt... Continue Reading →
First of all, no, this title is not some type of sinister warning. It’s more like a lecture. Sorry, kids. It’s still May and school’s not out yet! So picture this. It’s Saturday, and lo and behold you have no plans. If you’re like me (and you have to kind of be, right? Or why... Continue Reading →