A Haunting at Madison Seminary Bluray
Interface Death and Shadowforge Studios bring you their fourth installment to their sixth YouTube series "Interface Death: Reborn" A Haunting at Madison Seminary. The building was originally chartered in 1845 as an institute of higher education. Located in Madison, Ohio, near the Lake Erie coast, the original wood frame building was completed in 1847; a larger brick structure was added in 1859, providing boarding for up to 150 students during the school's heyday. In 1962, management of the Home transferred to the Ohio Department of Mental Hygiene and Corrections, and the widows were either returned to their families or moved to nursing homes. Over the next two decades the site was home in turn to inmates from the Ohio Women’s Reformatory, mentally disabled women, psychiatric patients from the Cleveland State Hospital, and the Madison Township administrative offices. By the end of the twentieth century the Home’s fate was uncertain, despite being listed on the National Register of Historic Places. During this time, rumors started to circulate that the building was haunted. Today, the Madison Home is privately owned by Adam Kimmell who has made it his mission to bring the paranormal community together to connect with the spiritual energies contained within the walls of a building stained with many layers of history and potential tragedy. Locals have come forward to reveal their experiences and memories of a much different place then what local officials would lead you to believe. Join the team as they investigate the haunted claims of Madison Seminary.