Sunday, September 28, 2014

October Events

We have had a lot going on the last few weeks and it has been hectic.  The Louis Townsend Farr House is lost to us and will soon be torn down to make way for a new sewer.  We are devastated at this decision.  While we have a packed schedule for October that didn't include just the house, this is a setback for us and we are trying to recover as best we can.  
October 3 we have Medium Cindy Burchette Willoughby at the Louis Townsend Farr House.  This will be our last event there and it is sold out.   We hope to work with Cindy a lot in the future, and we are excited to have her as our last guest.   
On October 4 we will be in two places.  Some of us will be at a Chilly Cook off in Austintown (Lee and Mike Mizenko), while the rest of us will be in Salem, Ohio doing the Salem Ghost Trolley Tours.  
October 11 we will be at the J.C. Thompson Building with Dark Shadow Ghost Tours to do a second no frills ghost hunt there.
October 25 we will be at Hill View Manor helping out with the Zombie Prom!  
And October 31 we will be at Hill View Manor once again working the Halloween Hunt hosted by Dark Shadow Ghost Tours, our very good friends.  
More information will be coming about some of these events.  And as soon as we get another building (there are several possibilities right now!)  we will let you know!

Sunday, August 31, 2014


We had a great time at the Old Licking County Jail this weekend.  It was an exciting adventure that we strongly recommend.  We had many personal experiences, including hearing the scream on the fourth floor!

 It was four floors of mystery, and excitement all evening long.  We stayed until 4 am before hitting the road to return home.  We also got to see pictures of  the Ghost Adventures Crew!

 Best of all we got to meet Eric Glosser, operator of both the Licking Jail and Twin City Opera House.  
Do we recommend a visit to this amazing and historical building? Yes we do!  For more information:

Friday, August 15, 2014

Do Orbs Have Reflections?

Here we go with orbs again.  They are the most controversial things in the paranormal world, but they are also the things that most people get excited about in a pic they took.  Last weekend we had a tour in the evening at the Louis Townsend Farr House.  In the photo above, you can see the big white orb seemingly in the middle of the room.  What caught my interest was the duller orb in the window behind it.  And then it occurred to me that it may be the reflection of the brighter orb. Everything in the reflection is darker that what is in the room, including the orb.  We will be doing more work in the Cleveland Brown room in the future. Can orbs have reflections?  This one seems to.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

A Treasure Hunt at Mill Creek Park

I went on a truly fun adventure this past Saturday.  It is called Young's Town Treasure and it is worth a few hours of your time!  Once we signed up to do it,, we received an email that gave us even more information!  Letters and instructions, as well as a decoder.
 You are given a brief case and other instructions once you begin your adventure.  You meet a shady German woman who helps you get started but she is after more than you should be giving her!  Beware!
Your adventure takes you into the Mill and all over the park.
 Clue after clue gets you closer and closer to the treasure, but beware again because you will be followed by yet another spy of sorts watching your every move!
 And just when you think you have it figured out, you find out that you don't!
A beautiful Red head helps you out and sends you in the right direction.
The hunt takes about three hours to do.  By the end you get a nice tray of food to snack  on including chicken wings and deep fried ionion rings.   This production is brought to you by Dark Shadow Ghost Tours and is well worth it since you also get to keep the treasure you find....well, if you can find it!

Sunday, July 27, 2014

August 12 Tours At Gretchen's Lock

Esther Hale at the Grist Mill
 Any one from this area knows the stories of Esther Hale and Gretchen Gill.  Both lost souls that haunt the area that was once Sprucevale.
On August 12 my awesome crew and I will be down at Gretchen's Lock giving a tour of the area and it will include some costumed characters.  The tour is free, as always.

Gretchen Gill wandering the park!
It starts around 7pm.  We will meet in the back parking lot.  If you have never been on the tour, here is your chance to meet some of the ghostly legends of the park ad learn  a little local history also!