Q: Is the mansion haunted?
A: We welcome our guests to make their own determination.
Q: How much of the mansion do visitors have access to during tours / ghost hunts?
A: Tourist have access to about 85% of the mansion currently. Keep in mind this can fluctuate with the current restoration needs of the property.
Q: Can my son and/or daughter come with me on a Ghost Hunt if they are under the age of 18?
A: We do not permit minors in the mansion for private / public ghost hunts under the age of 18: even with a parent or guardian. The only time we allow minors to be present for paranormal events is during our "flashlight tour" events. Flashlight tour participants must be over the age of 13 to participate ,and their parent / guardian must be present.
Q: Can you take pictures or video?
A: We welcome visitors and participants of paranormal events (public or private) to take pictures and/or videos to document your visit. These items however are for PERSONAL USE ONLY and may NOT be published, distributed or resold without the expressed written consent of the Board of Trustees. This includes: video programming, DVD’s, shirts, posters, etc. Violations in the usage of the name, image(s), brand or trademark may result in legal action.
Q: Can my paranormal / tour group sell tickets for an event at the mansion?
A: We do not allow the reselling of tickets/admissions for any reason. Any group found in violation of this rule will have their scheduled date cancelled. Donations are non-refundable.
Q: Do investigators have access to the barn?
A: For safety reasons, access to the barn is limited to the ground-floor only.
Q: How is my donation money spent?
A: As an all-volunteer, Ohio registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, all monies received (whether in the form of an admission, registration fee, souvenir from the gift shop, etc.) are considered donations and are nonrefundable. Donations received are spent on everything from preservation/restoration repair projects, materials, and outsourced contract labor, to operational expenses (such as utilities), maintenance/upkeep, and educational outreach.