Ashland, Ohio Ghost Sightings - PAGE 8
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Then it is said that she hangs out ( no pun intended) at the tunnel at night. Oh this happened in the 1950's. This is the orignal story that was told aboout the tunnel. There was also a story of a haunted house near by the tunnel.
You could see lights in the house moving from winow to window but no person. There is no record of a girl that committed suicide here back in the 1950's. This was a story told for decades to scare girls.
house was added later to scare two girls. There was a place not far from the tunnel that was a perfect place for kids to drink and party almost undetected.
This is a creep place and the fact that it is naturally foggy here does not help.|
The original cable was electrical.
Submitted by Steve
Categories: home, girls, school, lights, bridge
We had heard about the haunted tunnel outside of Ashland, Ohio for some time so we thought we'd pay it a visit (greater Ashland paranormal research). There are two main ways to reach the tunnel. The fastest is Co Rd 1536 off of state route 42, almost across from mack driving school.The other takes the path of the county road to the right just before you reach Co Rd 1536 if you're headed toward Mansfield. I recommend the latter because it involves some very rural, winding, one-lane roads and the final road leading to the tunnel is scary enough in it's own right.We brought still and video cameras as well as tri-field and k2 emf meters and digital audio recorder. We did this during two visits: one during the day and one at night. We did not catch anything on still or video camera and none of our EVP work yielded anything except for the sounds of distant area dogs yelping.A lot of people have posted stories indicating a feeling of dread in the tunnel. Indeed, we experienced a similar feeling ourselves. While doing some sweeps with the emf meters, the k2 did not catch anything but the tri-field was frequently off the scale, especially near the entrances of the tunnel.We found that there is a cable of some kind that runs through the tunnel and is attached at the ceiling. We could not tell if this is electrical or cable TV or something like that but it does radiate a lot of emf energy.Being that this is a very narrow, confined tunnel and given the train tracks that run on top of the tunnel (the metal tracks also radiate quite a bit of emf though not as much as the cable running across it's ceiling) , I think what people are experiencing is partly the ''fear cage'' phenomenon as well as a feeling of ''the creeps'' because this is a very confined space that concentrates the amount of emf energy you are exposed to.In the center of the tunnel, emf energy was running about 7mg to 10 mg (about . 25 or so mg is considered ''background'' emf) fairly constantly, with it jumping off-scale at both entrances. Being exposed in such a confined space to 7 to 10 mg of constant electromagnetic radiation for any extended length of time is considered a health risk, as any electrician or scientist will tell you and would definitely make a person (or animal, for that matter) feel uneasy. .
Submitted by G
Comment by Caitlin: Hello I am not sure if you will see this... But I had experienced a lot of paranormal phenomenon there. Including EMF activity along with intelligent responses though the spirit box 11... Which curse words came through which was the ones that the fcc don't allow on the radio.
Anyways I made a couple youtube videos of the audio of these incidents... Type in the haunted Ashland tunnel... My name is nightwanderer... There are two parts...
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