(Uh, oh....Floyd County haunted too..)
Something spooky happened at Tuesday's Floyd County Commissioners meeting
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
By CHRIS MORRIS
Now, for the paranormal activity.
Mike Culwell, a retired New Albany police officer, is involved in paranormal investigations. He said New Albany has a location that is drawing the interest of people all over the country. He was talking about the North Annex — also known as the Floyd County Asylum or Poor Home — along Grant Line Road
Culwell, and three others, recently spent an evening
in the North Annex and documented
And what an experience it was — as documented at paraholics.com.
Culwell asked the commissioners to consider opening the home, which now sits empty,
and renting it to paranormal groups or others who want to tour.
"A lot of county homes have taken advantage of this,
opening places for a charge," he said. "You aren't
going to get rich, but it may pay the light bill.
The commissioners said they were open
to the idea,as long as visitors signed
a liability waiver.
They took it under advisement.
Edited by Savile Row, 06 January 2016 - 10:15 PM.