The Hunted Haunted Trail
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16171 E Kasler Creek Rd
Amesville, OH 45711
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Put a twist on things this Halloween season by not just attending a traditional Haunted House, but by journeying through a Haunted Spook Walk or Trail. If you’re one that enjoys a good thrill, these walks are sure to give you just that! Here in Ohio, there are a bunch happening all throughout the spooky season and the creatures that are hiding inside these trails will be awaiting the sound of your frightened footsteps.
Venture through the woods on a dirt path, with little to no light to help guide your way. Without warning, the monsters of the trails will be jumping out at you, doing their best to make you jump and scream! Some will slowly follow behind you, shouting or whispering eerie things from beside you. Just as you think you’ve escaped them, the next creature is already planning on making you their latest victim! Beware as you enter, and tread lightly as you wander.
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Northeast Ohio street ranked No. 3 most haunted road in U.S.: TikTok survey
- Updated: Oct. 12, 2023, 12:37 p.m. |
- Published: Oct. 12, 2023, 11:51 a.m.
Dead Man's Curve, a nearly 90-degree turn on Interstate 90 near downtown Cleveland, is the third-most haunted road in the U.S., according to a report from SIXT. (Marvin Fong / The Plain Dealer) The Plain Dealer The Plain Dealer
- Zach Mentz, cleveland.com
Spooky season is here and we’re all entitled to one good scare.
Haunted houses, hayrides and skeletons are all the craze during Halloween season, but what about visiting haunted roads? For those seeking a fall fright in Ohio, one of the most haunted roads in America is located right here in the Buckeye State.
Dead Man’s Curve in Cleveland, Ohio, is the third-most haunted road in the United States, according to rankings from SIXT, an international car rental company.
Dead Man’s Curve is a nearly 90-degree turn on Interstate 90 near downtown Cleveland, just south of Burke Lakefront Airport, which legend holds is haunted by a faceless hitchhiker ghost. The sharp turn has also led to a number of semi-truck rollovers over the years.
“As the ominous name indicates, this road outside of Cleveland, Ohio, is host to several ghost sightings. Most notably, a chilling tale of a hitchhiker who died on this turn, causing numerous other fatal traffic accidents,” SIXT writes in its rankings. “When it comes to Ohio, this state has reported more than 500 ghost sightings along their roads so be wary when traveling in Ohio.”
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SIXT compiled its rankings of the most haunted roads in the U.S. by measuring which haunted road had the most views on TikTok. The rankings measured the number of views per hashtag and the most popular haunted roads video on TikTok to rank. SIXT also utilized ghost sighting data from GhostsOfAmerica.com.
The top 10 most haunted roads in the U.S., according to SIXT’s rankings, are:
1. Clinton Road in West Milford, New Jersey (8.7 million views on TikTok)
2. Riverdale Road between Thornton and Brighton, Colorado (5 million)
3. Dead Man’s Curve in Cleveland, Ohio (4.3 million)
4. Resurrection Mary in Justice, Illinois (721.7K)
5. Route 375 in Rachel, Nevada (534.8K)
6. Highway 666 (now U.S. Route 491) in Gallup, New Mexico (433.1K)
7. Sandhill Road in Las Vegas, Nevada (225.7K)
8. Boy Scout Lane in Stevens Point, Wisconsin (202.2K)
9. Shades of Death Road in Warren County, New Jersey (89.6K)
10. Bragg Road in Hardin County Park, Texas (86.8K)
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2020 List of Haunted Houses in Ohio Open or Closed for COVID-19
Haunted Houses in Ohio Opening or Closing due to COVID-19
Below is a list of haunted houses located in Ohio . We are actively researching these attractions in the hopes to better inform you of their plans open or close for the 2020 haunt season .
As we all know, COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on many activities and events that we all plan to visit each year. Unfortunately, Halloween haunted houses are no exception, and many are already posting whether or not they’ll be open this season .
This list and/or each haunt’s status will change as the season approaches and we learn more information. Always be sure to do your own research before planning to visit a haunted attraction. As always, Stay Safe and Happy Haunting!
We have 149 haunts listed in Ohio. Scroll to see their current status, or click their name for more details and links:
7 Floors of Hell (Middleburg Heights) – Status: Unknown at This Time
A Night of Historical Haunting (Springfield) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Adams Family Haunted Woods (Marysville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Akron Haunted School House and Laboratory (Akron) – Status: Unknown at This Time
All Hallows Eve Terror Town (Williamsburg) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Area 13 Project (Oxford) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Backwoodz Oddities Haunted House (Waverly) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Barnhill Haunt (Xenia) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Blood Prison (Mansfield) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Bloodview Haunted House (Broadview Heights) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Brimstone Haunt (Wilmington) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Broomstick Hollow (Hamilton) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Canfield Scaregrounds (Canfield) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Carnage Haunted House (Columbus) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Carnival of Horrors (Canton) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Cedar Points Halloweekends (Sandusky) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Chainers Field of Screams (Anna) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Chippewa Lake Slaughterhouse (Chippewa Lake) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Dark View (Toronto) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Dayton Scream Park (Dayton) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Dead Acres Haunted Hoochie (Pataskala) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Deadfall Hollow (Hillsboro) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Distracted Haunted House (Bowling Green) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Early Brothers Haunted Circus (Lafayette) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Face Your Fears Hotel of Terror (Springfield) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Factory of Terror OH (Canton) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Fear Columbus (Columbus) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Fear Field (St Clairsville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Fear Forest Haunted House and Hayride (Warren) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Fear Hollow Haunted House (Leavittsburg) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Fearhaven Haunted Forest (Niles) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Field of Fear (Monclova) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Forest of Screams Haunted Attraction (Medina) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Fortress of Fear ScreamPark (Alliance) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Fright at the Fairgrounds Haunted Barn (Wellston) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Fright on Fountain Backyard Haunt (Springfield) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Frightland on Fruitland (Parma) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Ghoul Brothers House of Horrors (Akron) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Gorgas Street Horror (Louisville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Graveyard on Grove (Kenton) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Grimm Manor (Vienna) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Halloween Haunt at Kings Island (Mason) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Hammer Brothers Haunted Circus (Waynesfield) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Haunt on Hedrick (North Kingsville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Haunt on Williams Street (Conneaut) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Haunted Hoorah (Marion) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Haunted Mountain (Chillicothe) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Haunted Town Hall (Lafayette) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Haunted Village at Heritage Village Museum (Sharonville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Haunted Winery and Corn Maze (Madison) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Haunting at L A Y C Youth Camp (Saint Clairsville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Hauntville Haunted House (Elyria) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Hells Dungeon (Dayton) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Hemlock Hollow (Huber Heights) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Hilariously Haunted Yard (Parma) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Hill of Horror (Sherrodsville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Horror at Dogwood Pass (Beaver) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Horror in the Holler (Pedro) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Hudson Haunted House (Hudson) – Status: Unknown at This Time
J and J Rietschlin Farm Field of Screams (Shelby) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Jail of Terror (Newark) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Jeff Carrolls Yard of Horror (Strongsville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Kragels Pass (Richmond) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Krowlys Creepshow (Uhrichsville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Laffin Lizzys Haunted Funhouse (Bellbrook) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Lake Eerie FearFest at Ghostly Manor (Sandusky) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Lake Metroparks Halloween Hayrides (Kirtland) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Land of Illusion Adventure Park (Middletown) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Lewisburg Haunted Cave (Lewisburg) – Status: Unknown at This Time
MAiZE at Little Darby Creek Field of Fright (Milford Center) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Maniacal Manor (Parma) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Maniacs in the Woods (Warren) – Status: Unknown at This Time
MisFit Manor (Bethel) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Mohican Haunted Schoolhouse (Perrysville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Mount Healthy Haunted Hall (Cincinnati) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Murphys Farm Field of Screams (Coolville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Nightmare at Stagecoach Hollow (East Liverpool) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Nightmare at the Monroe (Woodsfield) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Nightmare Cleveland Haunted House (Cleveland) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Nightmare in Boardman (Boardman) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Nightmare in Nashport Trail of Terror (Nashport) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Nightmare in the Park (Plymouth) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Nightmare Manor (Middletown) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Nightmare of Bristol Lake Haunted House (Amelia) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Nightmare on Main Street OH (Pomeroy) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Nine Lives (Youngstown) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Ohio Fear Farm (Middletown) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Old Thyme Growers Haunted Hay Ride (Springfield) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Oville Trail of Terror (Owensville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Panic in the Pines (Genoa) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Pataskala Haunted Forest (Pataskala) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Phobia Haunted Trail (Caledonia) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Pioneer Waterland Fall Fear Nightmare (Chardon) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Polings Place Fright Fest (Laurelville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Purgatory House of Unrested Souls (Findlay) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Putnam Countys Haunted Cornfield (Ottawa) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Riverside Jaycees Haunted Castle of Carnage Trail and Maze (Riverside) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Sandric Cemetery (Liberty Township) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Scare at the Meigs Fair (Pomeroy) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Scary On Cherry (Kenton) – Status: Unknown at This Time
ScreamAcres Haunted Attractions (Napoleon) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Sidney Haunted Woods (Sidney) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Spookoree (Cincinnati) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Spooky Ranch (Columbia Station) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Tadmors Haunt for Kids (Akron) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Terror in the Trees Haunted Attraction (Lucasville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Terror Maze (Springfield) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Dead Woods (Caledonia) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Demented Manor at Orchard Lane (Xenia) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Dent Schoolhouse (Cincinnati) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Douglas Manor (Parma) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Final Resting Place Haunted Junkyard (Sabina) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Haunt of 1216 (Cincinnati) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Haunted Farm (Pleasantville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Haunted Hydro (Fremont) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Haunted Yard (Parma) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Haunting on Pinebluff Lane (Cincinnati) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Hidden Haunted Attraction (East Liverpool) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Hunted Haunted Trail (Amesville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Nightmare Haunt (Roseville) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Orchard Haunted Attraction (West Portsmouth) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Original Haunted Hayride (Burghill) – Status: Unknown at This Time
The Trail of Nightmares (Ontario) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Torment Shack Home Haunt (Troy) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Toxic Hillside Trail (Harrison) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Twisted Trails (Wilmington) – Status: Confirmed Planning to Open!
Walnut Creek Campground Trail of Terror (Chillicothe) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Weaves Psychos Haunted Shelter (Fletcher) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Wells Township Haunted House (Brilliant) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Westbrook Haunt (Brook Park) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Willard Trail Of Terror (Willard) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Wilmington Haunted Hollow Ride (Wilmington) – Status: Unknown at This Time
WJAA Haunted Woods (Williamsburg) – Status: Unknown at This Time
Youngs Jersey Dairy Haunted Wagon Rides (Yellow Springs) – Status: Unknown at This Time
ZOMBIEzi Bay at Zoombezi Bay (Powell) – Status: Unknown at This Time
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Nightmare in Nashport's Trail of Terror is not your typical haunted house. Our evil night of fun covers one half mile of trails deep in the woods. No overlapping scares in an open field or getting stuffed into a crowded structure. This is what your nightmares are made of! Tours start at dark and run until midnight.
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Clay Haus Restaurant
This restaurant is housed in a historic building, which was built over the site of a civil war house. During the levelling of the lower floor, the current owners dug out the basement using their hands, and came across many interesting artefacts, which are on display in the main ...
Clay Haus, a restaurant that serves German and American fare, is believed to be haunted. Witnesses have seen apparitions, heard knocks and footsteps and felt eerie presences.
Harvey Wells House
This historic house was a dark history, with a former owner jumping to his death from the upper floor after a combination of troubling equations and a drinking problem. The was refurbished as a nursing home, which closed down several decades ago. Staff working here claimed to see him ...
The house is an abandoned private residence, and the owner will sue you if you illegally visit the house without her permission. A white apparition has been seen standing at the front windows of the house, and strange lights move around the upper levels. Ghostly slaves and murdered family members ...
The Historic Lowe Hotel
Point pleasant, west virginia.
Opened in the early 1900s, the historic hotel is believed to be haunted by many ghosts. The most well known may be the apparition of a beautiful and disheveled young woman seen dancing on the mezzanine between floors 1 and 2. There are also rumored to be many other ghosts ...
Mickey's Bar & Grill
This historic tavern was formerly the headquarters for an oil company, and at the turn of the nineteenth century, a man was allegedly killed in a machinery accident on the premises. His apparition has been known to talk to patrons in strange voices and he has also been known to ...
Tammi Jo Jean's Cafe
This historic store and an adjoining row of stores are believed to be haunted by a series of playful entities. Bumps, bangs, voices, whistles and missing items are all among paranormal activity reported here. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
This motel is said to be haunted by the spirit of an angry man who had been staying at the night there after a fight with his mother. And as it so happened, that night he was the victim of a burglary. The still-enraged man attacked the burglar upon finding ...
Our House Museum
Our House Museum is housed in a former 1819 tavern, rumored to be haunted. Footsteps have been heard in the front hall, and a woman has been heard singing in the second-floor ballroom.
Colonel Taylor Inn Bed and Breakfast
The people here say that Colonel Taylor and his lady still haunt this 1878 Victorian mansion. Guests have seen both of their apparitions on the stairway, and they may shake the beds from time to time. The ghosts are said to be friendly and angelic, watching over the guests.
Cambridge Northwood Cemetery
Cambridge Northwood Cemetery, burial place of congressmen John Earl Henderson, James Joyce and Charles Ellis Moore, is said to be home to a ghostly woman in a white formal dress from circa 1920. She has been seen for a short time before fading away, usually on clear summer nights.
The 29-room mansion built in 1856 by abolitionist G.W. Adams is said to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad. The house is said to be haunted by ghosts from its past, and has been featured on TV shows such as Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures.
Old Licking County Jail
The Old Licking County Jail building, constructed in 1889, has an eerie castle-like appearance reminiscent of the Tower of London. In its day it housed many a notorious murderer and serial killer. It was here that Carl Etherington, a Dry-Agent Detective, was once held in a cell for his protection ...
Schrader Road Tunnel
Schrader Road Tunnel is rumored to be haunted by a ghost or two. A legend says that a woman put her unwanted baby on the train tracks, and then, in some versions of the story, hanged herself. The baby is heard crying here. But there may be another ghost as ...
Sistersville, West Virginia
At this 1890s inn, both the guests and the staff have heard the sounds of writing and footsteps, witnessed doors that open or close by themselves, and felt a chilly presence.
Bryn Du Mansion
The Bryn Du Mansion and grounds comprise a fifty-two acre estate in Granville, Ohio. The property is managed by the Bryn Du Commission, a non-profit organization established by the Village of Granville. The organization follows a mission of historic preservation and providing program and event facilities for the benefit ...
Built in the 1890s as a memorial for Civil War soldiers, this building has housed a public library, an armory, and now the Round Town Players theatrical group. An apparition of a Civil War soldier has been seen reflected in the mirrors at Memorial Hall.
The Buxton Inn
Visit this inn and you may meet the ghost of Orrin Granger, the pioneer who built it in 1812. Or you may spot Major Horton Buxton, after whom the inn was named. Major Buxton operated the inn during the late 1800s. Former innkeeper Bonnie Bounell is also said to have ...
The Majestic Theatre
The Majestic Theatre, formerly the Masonic Opera House, was built in 1853 on the site of Chillicothe's first bank, which burned down. In 1918 when a Spanish flu epidemic hit nearby Camp Sherman, the theater became a makeshift morgue and autopsy site. It is said that the soldiers' spilled blood ...
Established in 1972, the Irish tavern is haunted by a prankish spirit called Harold who likes to turn the lights on and off, move objects, break glasses, and make footsteps and whispering sounds in the basement. Speculators say Harold may be the ghost of a man who was murdered behind ...
Denison University Library
The 7th tier of the Denison University Library is said to have a spirit, a shadowy woman wearing an old-fashioned dress. Those who fall asleep here, especially men, have been awoken by her hitting them on the back of the head.
Ghost tours here may turn up somethine eerie at this historic house, which has been featured on TV's Haunted Collector. Rumor has it that there are bones buried under the home's concrete slabs, which may be the catalyst for the spooky stuff that happens here.
Jenkins Plantation Museum
Glenwood, west virginia.
The plantation, now a museum, was originally built in 1835 and was named after Gen. Albert Gallatin Jenkins of the Confederacy. The general is believed to haunt the house. Witnesses have seen his apparition and heard the sound of his boots walking in the building.
Walnut Knolls Housing Estate
The building is now vacant, and was previously a mental hospital around fifty years ago. There are reports of people hearing loud footsteps in the building, seeing ghostly lights moving around the upper level and having objects thrown at them by an aggressive entity. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
The Corner House
This small, abandoned wooden house at the intersection of the two major roads is haunted by the apparition of a woman in black. Her husband murdered her in the house many years ago, and people driving past have reported smelling burning flesh and hearing the screams of a woman. (Submitted by ...
This historic warehouse was converted to a popular restaurant, but even back in the late twentieth century, police and authorities were responding to reports of paranormal activity which happened on a frequent basis. The restaurant is believed to be haunted by a ghostly child and the apparition of an ...
Old Sweet Shop
This historic building turned sweet shop is haunted by a whole horde of ghostly children. Staff have heard running footsteps and ghostly voices, but upon investigation, have found nothing. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Hurricane Creek Rd
Hurricane, west virginia.
A woman and a small child in out of style clothes have been seen, before vanishing. Not much is known about them. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)
Capital University's Kerns Religious Life Center is said to have a haunted basement. Folks down there have felt unexplained sadness and trouble breathing, and lights are said to come on by themselves. The Science Building may also have a ghost--the spirit of a former biology professor. The sixty-something man's apparition ...
Old Governor's Mansion
The presence of a woman who died in a fire within the historic building has been reported. She appears as an African American woman in a blue dress, and has been seen in various rooms of the mansion. During recent renovations, she appeared to staff members and told them how ...
Schmidt's German Restaurant
This historic eatery is housed in an old horse stable, and serves up delicious food and some rather interesting ghost tales. The building is believed to be haunted by a friendly former owner, who has been seen in the main dining room and has been known to move chairs ...
Greater Columbus Antiques Mall
This antiques arcade is haunted by many apparitions, which is not hard to believe as the building was previously a funeral home. The first apparition reported in the building is a tall man in a brown suit, who has been seen walking around, and in some cases through the antiques ...
Thurber House, a nonprofit literary center and Thurber museum, is believe to be haunted. It was the home of Jamer Thurber, author and "New Yorker" cartoonist, and Thurber himself was reported to have had a ghostly experience. Witnesses now have heard footsteps on the back stairs and seen moving figures ...
Columbus Cultural Arts Center
This historic castle-like building is believed to be haunted by at least two apparitions. The first is a woman in period clothing who appears in the pottery room of the establishment. She is believed to be a woman who was involved in a public hanging nearby, although why she ...
The Ohio Statehouse is a Greek Revival building that houses the government of Ohio. It is said to be haunted by former worker Tom Bateman, whose ghost appears on the staircase at 5 p.m. daily. The ghost is also said to turn lights of and on and move objects.
Central Ohio Fire Museum
This historic firehouse was in operation till the late twentieth century, when it was converted and restored as a museum preserving fire fighting heritage and artefacts. Witnesses and staff at the museum claim that is haunted by ghostly thoroughbred horses, who have been heard in the museum late at ...
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Haunted Trail... we are located at the back of the Clermont County Fairgrounds behind the horse barns. We are formally known as the Clermont County Fairgrounds Haunted Trail What better way to spend a Friday or Saturday evening then walking the grounds of dead zombies, hungry werewolves, and chainsaw maniacs? Wanna get a scare of a lifetime that will keep you awake at night? Then come on out the Clermont County Fairgrounds Haunted Trail! All Proceeds will support the CNE Rockets Baseball team, CNE Chargers Baseball Team, and the CNE High School Wrestliing team to help build a wrestling room. So come and show your support for a good cause! Drive on back past the horse arenas in the new parking lot... The Haunted Trail is ready and waiting for you!
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This Is The Most Haunted Town In Ohio (Here's Why)
Waynesville, a small village in Ohio, is said to be one of the most haunted places to visit and is a must-visit for those into ghost stories.
A brief overview of waynesville's history, waynesville's mysteries and ghosts, other attractions in waynesville.
If the prevalence of ghost towns in Ohio is any indication, the Buckeye State is ripe with spookiness, and one village in the state is said to be incredibly haunted. Approximately 2,834 people call the village of Waynesville, located in Wayne Township in Warren County, home.
However, this seemingly ordinary small town has a reputation for having more than 30 haunted locations. Author Chris Woodyard, writer of the famous "Haunted Ohio" series, called it "the most haunted village in Ohio." Here's why!
Waynesville, at the crossroads of US Route 42 and State Route 73, is geographically significant and widely recognized as the "Antiques Capital of the Midwest."
Founded in 1796 and given Wayne as its namesake in honor of General "Mad" Anthony Wayne , this village in southwestern Ohio is older than the state of Ohio.
As a result, it has a fascinating blend of historical and cultural influences.
Samuel Heighway hoped when he established Waynesville in 1797 that it would one day serve as the capital of the Northwest Territory, a dream that never materialized.
However, Waynesville has become one of Southern Ohio's most exciting and unusual tourist destinations .
On March 8, 1797, Heighway, an engineer from Shropshire, England, and a few other well-to-do English pioneers established themselves at Waynesville.
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Together with the Methodist clergyman Rev. John Smith, the medical doctor Dr. Evan Beans, and the young scientist Sir Francis Baily, he bought thirty thousand acres in the Symmes Purchase between the Little and Great Miami Rivers. Their objective was to establish a plantation.
Visitors to Waynesville, Ohio, who are more likely to connect the town with the annual Ohio Sauerkraut Festival, may be taken aback to learn that the area is also home to several hauntings.
The Hammel House, for example, is a well-known haunted inn where some of Waynesville's first reports of paranormal activity originated.
Numerous reports of ghost sightings have plagued the house since it transformed from apartments into a bed and breakfast in the 1980s.
The existence of a mysterious black shadow, spotted several times, has been at the center of numerous paranormal reports at The Hammel House .
One evening, a man who wanted a calm night checked into Room 3 after being told he would be the only guest that evening.
When he got to his room, he promptly went to sleep, and after what felt like an eternity, he finally opened his eyes to the world's loudest party. He quickly sprung from bed, unlocked the door, and stepped into the corridor—complete and utter silence.
After exploring the first floor, he discovered that the basement was empty. In the morning, the man noticed a dark shadow moving through Room 2's wall and into Room 3.
A different urban legend in Waynesville also features a storied business and involves the Stetson family. In 1861 and 1865, Louisa Stetson Larrick's brother John Stetson visited his sister at their house in Waynesville. Mr. Stetson's future was gloomy due to both his tuberculosis and asthma.
As a result of his poor performance, his family let him go from the Stetson hat factory. In Waynesville, John made a one-of-a-kind hat for a passing traveler.
The original American Cowboy hat was born from that single hat, sparking a multimillion-dollar industry. Within a short time, John's health began to improve.
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Louisa, his sister, however, contracted tuberculosis from him and died of it in 1879. While she had provided him with emotional and financial support during his tuberculosis battle, John only repaid her original $60 investment.
Over the years, a woman, widely assumed to be Louisa, has allegedly been seen by witnesses in the Stetson House foyer or attempting to enter surrounding stores while wearing a Victorian-era high-collared dress and gloves.
Another tragic event took place directly across the street from the Stetson House. In late August of 1879, newspapers across the country announced that Mrs. Mollie Hattie, her sister Clementine Weeks, and her 12-year-old niece Myrtle Weeks were brutally killed.
Mrs. Hattie's son and ex-husband were suspects. Unfortunately, the son's apparent suicide led to the case going cold.
Reports of "weird and unnerving sounds" led to the demolition of the house where the killings took place. New homeowners who moved into a house built on the same land often claim to have seen a Victorian woman walking with a child.
For visitors who dare to indulge in the area's haunted history, consider these other attractions afterward:
- Waynesville's best museum to visit: The Caesars Creek Pioneer Village at 3999 Pioneer Village Road allows visitors to learn more about the history of the settlers of the southwestern Ohio frontier as they stroll through 19 authentic Quaker buildings dating back to the 1700s and 1800s.
- Festival to attend in the village: Ohio Sauerkraut Festival . This yearly (October) festival is one of America's largest arts and crafts show, with more than 400 curated artisan merchants, music, and entertainment.
- Where to shop: The Old Main Street Antiques Show . Twice a year, in the spring and fall, dozens of vendors set up shop to sell everything from antiques to handmade gifts, from furniture to fine art.
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