(The Columbus Dispatch) NEWARK, Ohio – “Decades after the last inmate walked out of the old Licking County jail, echoes of the lives spent within its walls still resonate among the empty cells,” reports Josh Jarman.
“At least that was the pitch of two paranormal experts who last night presented evidence of spooky activity they collected while on a ghost hunt at the gothic sandstone structure last year,” reports Jarman.
“Tom Robson and Michelle Duke, co-founders of Southeastern Ohio Paranormal Investigators, spent a night in the jail on S. 3rd Street in Newark in November,” reports Jarman.
“Aided by all manner of high-tech ghost-tracking gadgetry and seven other brave souls, the team captured audio and video recordings that they say prove the county’s 1889 lockup has some permanent residents that go bump in the night,” reports Jarman.
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