Be one of the tens of thousands of visitors that make their way to north central Ohio to see if they can handle the host of haunted destinations that have earned Mansfield its spooky reputation. 

The sites written about have been featured on national TV, including: Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures," SyFy's "Ghost Hunters" and Bio's "My Ghost Story.

"The 128-year-old Bissman Building was also used in the movie "Shawshank Redemption". The building is 128-years-old and was designed by the same architect who drew up plans for the Reformatory. The building is located in downtown Mansfield's historic district as a wholesale grocery warehouse. Ghost hunters have reported that when the company closed its doors, "Not all of the employees left the building." Travelers can tour the haunted building. Guides will tell you all about the history, stories of movies and videos filmed on site as well as the chilling takes of the spirits. 

Guests under 18 are welcome with parent/legal guardian. Tours also include a full-blown paranormal investigation. A public Ghost Hunt is offered Oct. 31 and private tours for groups of up to 30 are available by reservation. Tours begin at 7 p.m., typically run until 3 a.m. and cost $50 per person. They can be scheduled by emailing ghost@bissmanbuilding.com or calling 419-295-5002.
Keeping the ghostly sightings alive...historic Malabar Farm State Park employees and visitors have reported tales of flickering lights and appearances by the ghost of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and screenwriter Louis Bromfield. Along with the ghostly visits of Bromfield, Ceely Rose, who murdered her entire family in the summer of 1896 has been known to visit.  Visitors can hear the grisly story of The Ghost of Ceely Rose during outdoor multi-media Chautauqua-style performance events at 7 p.m. Oct. 2-3 and 9-10.
For information or to order a Visitors Guide, consumers can call 800-642-8282 or visit www.MansfieldTourism.com.


Be one of the tens of thousands of visitors that make their way to north central Ohio to see if they can handle the host of haunted destinations that have earned Mansfield its spooky reputation. 

The sites written about have been featured on national TV, including: Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures," SyFy's "Ghost Hunters" and Bio's "My Ghost Story.

"The 128-year-old Bissman Building was also used in the movie "Shawshank Redemption". The building is 128-years-old and was designed by the same architect who drew up plans for the Reformatory. The building is located in downtown Mansfield's historic district as a wholesale grocery warehouse. Ghost hunters have reported that when the company closed its doors, "Not all of the employees left the building." Travelers can tour the haunted building. Guides will tell you all about the history, stories of movies and videos filmed on site as well as the chilling takes of the spirits. 

Guests under 18 are welcome with parent/legal guardian. Tours also include a full-blown paranormal investigation. A public Ghost Hunt is offered Oct. 31 and private tours for groups of up to 30 are available by reservation. Tours begin at 7 p.m., typically run until 3 a.m. and cost $50 per person. They can be scheduled by emailing ghost@bissmanbuilding.com or calling 419-295-5002.
Keeping the ghostly sightings alive...historic Malabar Farm State Park employees and visitors have reported tales of flickering lights and appearances by the ghost of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and screenwriter Louis Bromfield. Along with the ghostly visits of Bromfield, Ceely Rose, who murdered her entire family in the summer of 1896 has been known to visit.  Visitors can hear the grisly story of The Ghost of Ceely Rose during outdoor multi-media Chautauqua-style performance events at 7 p.m. Oct. 2-3 and 9-10.
For information or to order a Visitors Guide, consumers can call 800-642-8282 or visit www.MansfieldTourism.com.