The Monroe Township Building we investigated was built in 1883. The original track of land was given to John Brown of Kentucky as a Revolutionary War Grant for his service during that war. (a common practice in those days to encourage new land settlement)
In 1810 he sold the land to a Dr Oliver Bigelow who was also a Revolutionary War Vet. during the year of 1813 he laid out the town, but by 1817 he had died.
When the Monroe Township Building was dedicated to the city in 1885 it was used for everything from lectures, plays, musicals, revivals, to political rallies. Old backdrops still in the building were made by Armbrusters and Sons Co. Reports from the people frequenting the building include voices, strange noises and visual anomalies.
Out of respect for our clients privacy we won't post any pictures or the address.
This particular Victorian home was built around 1910 and once owned by a prominent family in the area. According to our client it has had a rich history. He requested that we conduct an investigation in the home after feeling like he was often followed while living there.
The size of the home dictated that we investigate with a smaller than usual crew. That being said, we decided to go "old school" for this investigation. What that means to us is to minimize the amount of equipment so that we could maximize our time.