The Haunted Fairfield County Infirmary

Ohio, USA

The Fairfield County Infirmary, known as a poor farm, was a place for the less fortunate. It was intended to shelter those without a home and was also a place were people were admitted for physical or mental health issues. It held those with disabilities, who were sick, too old to care for themselves or even children who were orphaned. The first wooden structure to provide this care was erected in Lancaster, Ohio in 1828, […]

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The Haunted Ohio State Reformatory: Ghostly Prison

Ohio, USA

Construction began on the impressive stronghold that would become the Ohio State Reformatory in 1886, though the project would not be completed until 1910 and the building’s first inmates would not be introduced until 1896. The reformatory was built to inspire wrong-doers to return to spiritually, and as such, invoked many features of a medieval castle into its design, even earning itself the local nickname of Draculas’ Castle for its foreboding appearance. Originally, the Reformatory […]

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