Have you recently captured something supernatural at the Ohio State Reformatory? Prove it!
What does a genuine paranormal experience look like? We asked one of the enthusiasts. Molly Cabrera is the Program Coordinator at the Ohio State Reformatory, the famous site of a multitude of compelling ghost sightings.
From the suicides of desperate inmates to the mysterious death of the prison superintendent’s wife, death was a constant within the Ohio State Reformatory’s walls for decades. Here are some of the prison’s most famous residents… some of whom you might meet when you visit.
A look ahead at what's to come at the Ohio State Reformatory...
New and exciting changes to our Paranormal Program starting in 2018!
Before there was the Ohio State Reformatory, there was Camp Bartley...
Think you can ESCAPE FROM BLOOD PRISON?
We are closed for the season!
Ink In The Clink takes over OSR!
Pipe manufactured by The Akron Smoking Company found during the restoration process of the West Administrative Wing of the Ohio State Reformatory.
The restoration of the assistant warden's living quarters, also known as Warden Norton's office in the Shawshank Redemption, was finalized in May of 2017.
The History of MRPS...rescuing the Ohio State Reformatory from planned demolition
The Ohio State Penitentiary Museum, including the original electric chair, will be opening soon! Check back for the opening date!
This week's guest post comes from Shay Mock:On 03-27-15 we had a private investigation (Ghosts-R-Us). My husband joined my group for this. He wanted to see the locatio
Our first guest blog post is from Dawn Lewis:I first visited OSR in August 2015. It was a spur of the moment trip on a Friday. I had read a little about OSR but did no
This week marked the first Haunted Prison Experience: The Witching Hour. We were so excited to see everyone come out and have such a good time. If you missed this weekend
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This past weekend was full of excitement and fun for everybody. We thank all who came out to visit us. Please stop by again soon.
Exciting events have been happening at OSR. Many people participated in the ghost hunts and walks this past weekend. These events will be continued to be offered througho
Why not take a blast from the past? Remember this entry by our very own Tom. He tells us what really happens on a Ghost Hunt. www.mrps.org website, there is only one Gh
Hello, everybody!It is an exciting time to be here at OSR. In the coming months, we are proud to be launching a new social media campaign. This includes sweepstak
I had such an interesting experience in the gift shop today. I like the fact that as curator, I get to be the first person to talk with patrons as they enter our facility
I remember my first tour like it was yesterday. I had started volunteering at The Ohio State Reformatory in May of 2011 as a pusher for guided tours on Sundays.
During my first year volunteering at OSR I was amazed to find out that the Ghost Hunts usually sell out quickly. I was told last year that if you did not get a Ghost
Whether I am out on tours, a ghost hunt, or if I am talking with a volunteer at the Ohio State Reformatory, sometimes the topic of how did you get started
When you volunteer at the Ohio State Reformatory, bumping into former inmates or former guards is icing on the cake. It happens but its almost like a Cleveland Browns wi