Duke, there 2 museums in the town of Granville. We did'nt get a chance to check them out, but there were alot of people walking up to them. Duke, I strongly recommend going there for your ann.. It is just a gorgeous town. Stay at the Buxton Inn!! The people there are so friendly and kind. The food is great also. Whatever you do, don't go across the street to eat. Very very expensive. The prices are moderate to stay at the Inn. They don't raise there rates during the peak season. I can't remember what suite we stayed in, but the room sure was ugly. The best part was IT's HAUNTED! I think they called it the Rasberry room. Julie would know. It has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It is very nice. Dave
Sounds cool Dave. Can't wait to see it. If you guys know any cool stuff (tours museums etc.) to do down there, let me know. I'm not finding a whole lot on the internet. Thanks.
Buxton Inn - Granville, Ohio
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We'll have to save the Buxton Inn for another time.
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Did you and Julie ever post the video of the apparition you filmed at the Buxton Inn? I'd love to see it.
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Posted 27 August 2006 - 07:59 PM
Well Dave made reservations today, while we did ask for the Raspberry Suite again that we had last time, it was not availible, BUT room number 7 was YIPEE!!!!! Between 9 and 7 are suppose to be the most haunted rooms!!
Oh, room 7 - you'll love it! I stayed in room 7 this spring. I wasn't able to do much hardcore ghosthunting as it was an anniversary celebration and my hubby has no interest in paranormal research. The silly man thought I should be paying attention to him instead! However, I did get one photo with a few light anamolies over the alcove bed, where I also kept getting dizzy. I had some experiential things happen, like smelling a strong sweet perfume by the desk, and feeling and hearing a cat purring beside my feet in the middle of the night. I also picked up on some strong psychic impressions in the oldest dining room and in the alcove. My sense is that a female traveler took ill and died in the alcove of room 7 sometime in the early years, maybe the 1820's or so.
The pioneer cemetery is likewise very cool. It's right by the main drag into town, though, so it's generally too noisy to get evps.
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LAURIE, That would not be a problem! We will be using both 35mm and digital cameras. Evp will also be taken, which I prefer over pics, because there is no maxtrixing or some other ridiculous reason why it is not paranormal. The voices by spirits is what you hear and what you get!! Dave
~Just 3 words, Julie & Dave...pics, pics, pics!!!!! I just can't wait to hear and see of what happened when you guys go!!! Happy Hunting!!!!!! <--did I mention I can't wait to see the pics??
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