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This gallery contains 20 photos.
The Toledo Ohio Ghost Hunters Society has investigated several locations in downtown Sylvania, Ohio. These Haunted locations could be linked to the murder of Olive Ward, she was the wife of Ohio’s first known serial Killer Return Johnathon Meigs Ward. … Continue reading
While visiting downtown Houston, we came across many different restaurants, one of my favorites among them is also one of the most haunted places in Houston, the now closed Spaghetti Warehouse. It was not always the Spaghetti Warehouse. History … Continue reading
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Toledo Ohio Ghost Hunters Society received one of several calls for help from the five points area in Toledo Ohio. We subsequently interviewed a gentleman by the name of Ian who along with his wife Molly reported numerous instances of … Continue reading
This hotel dates back to 1926, but has had several names – “Martha Washington Hotel,” “Heritage Hotel,” and now, most recently, “Hotel Indigo”. A 1987 renovation seems to have led to the appearance of a ghostly little girl, seen skipping … Continue reading
The Haunted Florida Renaissance Vinoy Resort in St. Petersburg. Stories have become so legendary that even some skeptics have started to scratch their heads.” TOGHS members Harold & Becky had the opportunity to stop by the Vinoy while in St. … Continue reading
TONY PACKO’S CAFE Toledo, Ohio One of the perks of running the Haunted Toledo page, apart from collecting strange tales and unusual experiences from all over Ohio, is the all-access opportunity to explore the very locations where these stories are … Continue reading
TOGHS Founders Harold St John & Butch Leon had an opportunity to instruct a Ghost Hunting 101 course this spring at Owen’s Community College in Perrysburg, Ohio. On our last day of class past Thursday evening, March 9th we scheduled … Continue reading
This course is designed to give you a deeper insight into the world of paranormal investigation. Essential characteristics of a paranormal investigation require a cautious approach backed up with scientific methodology. Learn best practices for ghost hunting, investigating, reviewing evidence … Continue reading
The land that the castle was built on was previously the site of an English/German church. At some point in the late 1800s, the church disputed over which language to speak during worship services. The English won the dispute. The … Continue reading
TOGHS visited this old abandoned home on our way to the Moonville Tunnel. It sits on the side of the road outside of Zaleski State forest. Nothing paranormal to report, But would you stay the night here?
Lake Hope Furnace Quietly nestled within Lake Hope State Park are the remains of an old iron furnace. The crumbling walls of the furnace are evidence to the structure having long been out of service. But still stories abound of … Continue reading
Moonville Cemetery The Ghosts, The Legends, The Town The Moonville Cemetery is on a hillside just past the iron bridge. There are at least 13 known graves remaining at the cemetery. Many more have been lost to time – only … Continue reading
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Moonville Tunnel The Moonville Tunnel came into existence with the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad whose tracks crossed Vinton County right around 1856. Later, in 1883, the railway would change ownership to the Baltimore and Ohio. The town name is most … Continue reading
Toledo Ohio Ghost Hunters Society will be taking guests to the Mansfield reformatory (site of the filming of Shawshank Redemption, and featured on the hit TV show Ghost Hunters) on April 19th. Doors to the prison open at 7pm on June 5th, … Continue reading
TOGHS took this case in 2015. The original home is not really old from a history perspective. Therefore we did not find much information while doing the research. Although the home sits on a very large piece of land it … Continue reading
This hulking brick building which stands at 27 Broadway Street in Toledo is an historic landmark known as the Oliver House. An unconfirmed legend says that Abraham Lincoln slept here. If he did, it was not long after the … Continue reading