Evidence : The Ohio State Reformatory : Mansfield Ohio
In this area we caught flashlight
response to questions, EVPs,
SpiritBox responses and we
even had what sounded like a handful of pebbles thrown at us..
and was then acknowledged by the entity.
Evidence : The Ohio State Reformatory : Hospital Area
A Brief History Of The Ohio State Reformatory : Mansfield Ohio
This set of evidence comes from
the shower room where the inmate
hung himself...we also had flashlight responses to questions
that we asked.
Shower Room
Evidence : The Ohio State Reformatory : Shower Area
This set of evidence consists of
several sets of investigators in many different locations of the prison. The set contains EVP's,
AVP's and voices answering us on the SpiritBox.
Evidence : The Ohio State Reformatory : Various Areas
Various Areas Throughout The Prison
Evidence : The Ohio State Reformatory : Solitary Confinement
During this session there was only
two investigators in the area...
Brian and Darlene..EVP's were caught and voices on the SpiritBox.
Solitary Confinement
Evidence : The Ohio State Reformatory : Video
This is the video evidence that we caught at the Ohio State Reformatory.
Video Evidence
Evidence : The Ohio State Reformatory : Photos
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Evidence : The Ohio State Reformatory : Clean-Up  2-19-12
These two videos come from the Ohio State Reformatory on the 12-19-13 clean-up...the first video is really weird...we do not know what it is...you will have to judge for yourselves...some may say it may not be real...but we were there and we know that there was nobody in this cell... ...the second video is evidence throughout different locations of the prison...
The cornerstone laid on November 4, 1886 evolved into this magnificent Chateauesque structure. Cleveland architect Levi T. Scofield designed the Ohio State Reformatory using a combination of three architectural styles; Victorian Gothic, Richardsonian Romanesque and Queen Anne. This was done to encourage inmates back to a "rebirth" of their spiritual lives. The architecture itself inspired them to turn away from their sinful lifestyle, and toward repentance

The Reformatory doors were opened to its first 150 young offenders in September 1896. After housing over 155,000 men in its lifetime, the doors to the prison closed December 31, 1990.

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