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All things paranormal With your host Jennifer Shortridge & Joe Shortridge Brother and Sister duo Joe and Jen have been interested in all things paranormal since their childhood. We bring to you our personal experiences, news from the paranormal world and special guests.
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Feb 25, 2024

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Cyn Shrader Hill is a native of Fayetteville, Tennessee, home of the very haunted Old Fayetteville (Lincoln County) Hospital where she worked closely with the Hospital's owner making EVP the Host Team for special events and investigations. She has 5 books: "Whispers in the Dark: True Ghost Stories and Eerie Tales," "Web of Terror: A Short Story Collection" (in collaboration with Mark Elliott Fults), "They're Speaking. Are You Listening? My Most Compelling EVPs," "It's Not Goodbye - Signs from Beyond," and "Realm of Shadows: True Ghost Stories and Eerie Tales."

Sensitive and empathic, she has known 'others' were around her since she was very young. She has also been 'rescued' a few times over the years from very dangerous incidents. Cyn has helped other paranormal teams, both in the US and abroad as well as law enforcement officers with evp (electronic voice phenomenon) analysis. Her desire to see and speak to those on the other side has sent her to many of the most famous and fascinating locations: Gettysburg, Alcatraz, Goliad Presidio La Bahia, Winchester Mystery House, Birdcage Theater, Tower of London, Heian Jinju Shrine and Rothenburg dungeons among others.

As the Founder of Elk Valley Paranormal, Cyn likes to be able to offer a client some sense of relief from any unexplained happenings, whether paranormal or not, that they've experienced. EVP isn't afraid to reach out to or work with other teams and has had several successful co-investigations.

Cyn was honored to be chosen as Storyteller by the owners of Young's Vintage Antiques during the Spirits With The Spirits event presented by Fayetteville Main Street in 2017 and plans to speak again for the 2018 function telling true ghost stories and tales of strange happenings surrounding the business.

Cyn was privileged to have an investigation photo (spirit feeding off of a Ouija Board in Lynchburg, TN) printed in Teal L. Gray's book Shades of Angels, and later, Teal included Cyn's first four stories in the book Scared Senseless. Cyn is currently working on her next book of true stories: "Realm of Shadows," and is already collecting stories for the 2nd book in her series "Signs from Beyond."

Hill and her psychic medium friend and very talented trance artist Mark Elliott Fults, have formed their own company to publish their books - FultsHill Press. Cyn is working on Mark's next books as well as her own: It's Not Goodbye - Signs from Beyond II, The Old Hospital, and others.

Feb 18, 2024

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Christopher Tillman is an explorer, writer, and documentarian with a passion for all things strange and unusual. He has been investigating claims of paranormal activity since 1993, cataloging over 1500 legends in the State of Ohio. His first documentary, dealing with the haunted history of Ohio’s first serial killer, premiered on Toledo’s PBS affiliate in 2020. When he’s not traveling the country in search of the paranormal, he resides in Toledo, Ohio.

 

Ohio’s First Serial Killer

Haunted Toledo’s two-year investigation covering Ohio’s first serial killer, Return Ward, and the haunting phenomena that surround’s the location of his last killing.

In February of 1857, Ward brutally murdered his wife, Olive. In order to cover up his crime, he dismembered her body and burned it in his stove. He was finally apprehended, charged, and executed for her death.

Now, over 150 years later, there are those who believe his murderous spirit, and that of his poor wife, still wander downtown Sylvania, Ohio.

The Collingwood Art Theater.

The labyrinth-like basement of the Collingwood Arts Center runs beneath the entire building complex, but only part of it is known as the Gerber basement.

The Gerber basement sits beneath the Gerber House, the oldest part of the Arts Center. It is in this basement that many have encountered the most notorious phantom that is said to haunt Collingwood.

This spirit is generally witnessed as being a dark, shadowy figure that floats along the ground, and often chases after those who are unfortunate enough to cross its path.

Many ascribe a negative or malevolent aspect to this entity, but the truth behind who, or what, this spirit is has yet to be determined.

Club Bijou

Haunted Toledo’s Christopher Tillman was invited to the club in May of 1999 to document the claims of employees who believed something otherworldly was lurking throughout the building. Many stories were told, hundreds of photos taken, and a 28-minute video tour of the building was conducted.

Fast-forward 18 years… A former employee of the club was contacted and asked to help us tell the story of Club Bijou’s haunted history.

The building no longer exists. All that remains are some photos, video, many memories, and the extraordinary stories of its former employees!

Gibbs Bridge

On the outskirts of Sylvania, Ohio, on the western edge of Lucas County, sits one of the most popular haunted bridges in the state.

Almost every ghosthunter in northern Ohio has visited this bridge at least once, many of them leaving with what they believe is evidence of unexplained paranormal phenomena.

This bridge holds a variety of paranormal claims and tales of tragedy, and this is what makes Gibbs Bridge such a popular destination for paranormal investigators.

Feb 11, 2024

 

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Christopher Tillman is an explorer, writer, and documentarian with a passion for all things strange and unusual. He has been investigating claims of paranormal activity since 1993, cataloging over 1500 legends in the State of Ohio. His first documentary, dealing with the haunted history of Ohio’s first serial killer, premiered on Toledo’s PBS affiliate in 2020. When he’s not traveling the country in search of the paranormal, he resides in Toledo, Ohio.

 

Ohio’s First Serial Killer

Haunted Toledo’s two-year investigation covering Ohio’s first serial killer, Return Ward, and the haunting phenomena that surround’s the location of his last killing.

In February of 1857, Ward brutally murdered his wife, Olive. In order to cover up his crime, he dismembered her body and burned it in his stove. He was finally apprehended, charged, and executed for her death.

Now, over 150 years later, there are those who believe his murderous spirit, and that of his poor wife, still wander downtown Sylvania, Ohio.

The Collingwood Art Theater.

The labyrinth-like basement of the Collingwood Arts Center runs beneath the entire building complex, but only part of it is known as the Gerber basement.

The Gerber basement sits beneath the Gerber House, the oldest part of the Arts Center. It is in this basement that many have encountered the most notorious phantom that is said to haunt Collingwood.

This spirit is generally witnessed as being a dark, shadowy figure that floats along the ground, and often chases after those who are unfortunate enough to cross its path.

Many ascribe a negative or malevolent aspect to this entity, but the truth behind who, or what, this spirit is has yet to be determined.

Club Bijou

Haunted Toledo’s Christopher Tillman was invited to the club in May of 1999 to document the claims of employees who believed something otherworldly was lurking throughout the building. Many stories were told, hundreds of photos taken, and a 28-minute video tour of the building was conducted.

Fast-forward 18 years… A former employee of the club was contacted and asked to help us tell the story of Club Bijou’s haunted history.

The building no longer exists. All that remains are some photos, video, many memories, and the extraordinary stories of its former employees!

Gibbs Bridge

On the outskirts of Sylvania, Ohio, on the western edge of Lucas County, sits one of the most popular haunted bridges in the state.

Almost every ghosthunter in northern Ohio has visited this bridge at least once, many of them leaving with what they believe is evidence of unexplained paranormal phenomena.

This bridge holds a variety of paranormal claims and tales of tragedy, and this is what makes Gibbs Bridge such a popular destination for paranormal investigators.

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Feb 4, 2024

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Vince Kelien has been exploring abandoned and haunted places for over 10 years. He was introduced to the paranormal at the Waverly Hills Sanatorium in 2010, where a ghostly encounter on his very first day made him realize that there’s more to this world than we can see. In the years since, he’s had the privilege of helping to repair and maintain the historic structure, give tours, and manage the location’s social media channels. He started the Waverly Hills Tiktok account and gained more than 100 thousand followers before he left.

These days, he travels the country to discover brand-new abandoned locations and revisit old favorites. Over the past year, he’s been to Saratoga County Homestead, Norwich State Hospital, Pennhurst Asylum, as well as undisclosed locations up and down the eastern seaboard.

He’s collaborated with Haunted Nights, Kalani Ghost Hunter, The Ghoul Guide, and many others. You can follow his adventures on his YouTube channel, Urban Investigator, and social media channels.

 

Urban exploration (often shortened as UE, urbex, and sometimes known as roof and tunnel hacking) is the exploration of manmade structures, usually abandoned ruins or hidden components of the manmade environment. Photography and historical interest/documentation are heavily featured in the hobby, sometimes involving trespassing onto private property. Urban exploration is also called draining (a specific form of urban exploration where storm drains or sewers are explored), urban spelunking, urban rock climbing, urban caving, building hacking, or mousing.

The activity presents various risks, including physical danger and, if done illegally and/or without permission, the possibility of arrest and punishment.

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