I must have missed this when originally posted. I've been to four of those places, (OU, Buxton Inn, Mansfield Reformatory, and Hotel Layfette), saw nothing of a paranormal nature.
I was hoping for some ghost stories lol.I must have missed this when originally posted. I've been to four of those places, (OU, Buxton Inn, Mansfield Reformatory, and Hotel Layfette), saw nothing of a paranormal nature.
The wife and I stayed in "the" haunted room at Buxton for two nights back fifteen years or so ago.
I've been on two different ghost hunts at Mansfield, spooky place in the dark, but no activity that we saw.
The Layfette is in my wife's hometown, we've been there many time, including a family reunion/Christmas dinner there this past December. My wife's grandneice is employed there, she told us the various ghosts stories associated with the building but added she'd never personally seen anything. It's a beautiful old hotel, sits right on the Ohio River.
Trips to Ohio University and Athens were primarily to visit friends back when I was in college and later to attend football games.
I have seen some very strange things at OU, but none paranormal.
Why are you visiting and how do you prepare yourself ? Just curious.I'm going to be going to Stull Cemetery in Lecompton KS again when the weather breaks. It can be freaky to visit a place that even the pope would make his pilot fly around and not over due to the evil that's contained there. If you aren't prepared both mentally and physically for possible repercussions for what you do while there (like sitting in the devils chair) then it would be best that you avoid this one.
I have not heard of this cemetery. Is there a legend surrounding it? It sounds like a place I'd like to visit myself.Stull Cemetery
I'm also drawn to the dark side. But not evil. I don't necessarily consider them to be equivalent.The darker and more evil it is, the more I'm drawn to it.