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#61 Savile Row

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Posted 06 January 2016 - 10:08 PM

(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

their experience.

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.

http://www.newsandtr...294e4e2a35.html


Edited by Savile Row, 06 January 2016 - 10:15 PM.

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Posted 06 January 2016 - 10:42 PM

(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
their experience.
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.http://www.newsandtr...294e4e2a35.html


Mike is a great guy, he and I were both police officers at the same time in the 60's on the NAPD. He has been ghost hunting, successfully, for years.
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Posted 07 January 2016 - 08:23 AM

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

their experience.

And what an experience it was — as documented at paraholics.com.

 

 



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Posted 01 October 2016 - 12:15 PM

Long running thread on a nursing forum, somewhat famous on the net, good Halloween reading.

http://allnurses.com...est-108202.html

Good time of the year to give this thread a bump......

(Beats talking politics)


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#65 Savile Row

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Posted 01 October 2016 - 03:49 PM

Breakfast Club's Nod to Woo!
Haunted Halloween  month is upon us!
October  2016
 
Real Jeffersonville Hauntings Stories
There is an  old Jeffersonville story
that several former residents of the Waverly Hills Sanitarium
lived on West Chestnut Street in Jeffersonville after their release
and that they told many ghost stories of the facility. It was said that some of the ghosts

came from the sanitarium to Jeffersonville and still reside around the area

from the river to around Pearl Street, West Chestnut Street, Riverside Drive,

and Clark Street.

 

There have been reports of sightings at the homes in the area and along Mullberry Street.

Reports of Increased Paranormal Activity
The recent reports  from Jeffersonville
is that the area around Mullberry Street, West Chestnut Street
westward from Spring Street to the area of Clark Street  and over to and along

the river is really experiencing a lot of paranormal activity.
 
http://www.therealwa...m/haunted-house

There are some nice Louisville activities to check out as well:
FOUR NEW HAUNTED HOUSES TO CHOOSE FROM ON DANGER RUN!

For 2016, Danger Run is pulling out all the stops to make this year the best Danger Run EVER. Your Danger Run admission will include TWO of the four haunted houses on the Danger Run. That means you can do Danger Run multiple times and have totally different experiences each time! Three of the haunted houses are commercial haunted attractions available to the public. The 4th haunt is an exclusive BRAND NEW full-scale haunt available only to Danger Runners.

You can either choose to be surprised by which haunts you get (like a traditional Danger Run) OR you can now pick which 2 haunts you will get with your Danger Run experience. We can't reveal the identity of the haunts publicly, but we can tell you that you will NOT be disappointed! This is the best collection of haunts ever featured on Danger Run!

http://www.dangerrun...n-haunted-house
 
 
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Edited by Savile Row, 01 October 2016 - 04:48 PM.





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