Monday, May 17, 2010

Could Your Holmes County Ohio Vacation be Haunted?

The next time you visit Holmes County Ohio be sure to check out the Victorian House Museum in Millersburg.  Many people are aware that this historical home completed in 1902 by L.H. Brightman, a Cleveland industrialist, was featured on HGTV.  What you don't know is that it is reportedly haunted.  The Central Ohio Paranormal Research Group recently spent the night in the Victorian House and found it to be one of the most haunted places they have ever been in.  If you click on the link above you can hear some of the recordings that they took as well as see some pictures from inside the Victorian House Museum.  Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast offers a tour to their guests of Ohio's 1st State Road.  You start with a 1 hour tour of this museum and then take an escorted tour on Port Washington Road.  You will see cemetaries, historical sites, and some of the most beautiful scenery that you have ever seen as you travel and learn the history of the 1st State Road.  "If you are leary of running in to a ghost don't worry", said Carol Steffey, owner of Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast, "I've toured the home about 4 times and never had any haunted experiences."  It is said that television's Ghost Hunters show may be paying a visit to the Victorian House Museum in Millersburg, Ohio.  So whether you like Victorian homes, history, or are fascinated by haunted places be sure to visit.  Garden Gate Get-A-Way B&B is an Ohio bed and breakfast that has received multiple awards.  Owners, Herb & Carol, will be happy to make tour reservations or map our directions for you to visit the Victorian House Museum.
Written by Carol Steffey, Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast, Millersburg, Ohio (330) 674-7608

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