Prospect Place 12150 Main Street Trinway, Ohio 43842
Prospect Place was the family home of George Adams in the 19th and 20th centuries. In the 1850s and 1860s the house was a station on the Underground Railroad. Prospect Place is the last remaining of five mansions in the Dresden area. This 29 room, three story mansion was built on the site were a previous identical home was burned down by arsonist. In 1850, a bounty hunter came to the home, demanding that George turn over a slave that he was harboring. A standoff resulted at gunpoint. Ranch hands intervened and followed the bounty hunter, held a trial in the barn and hung him. Reports state that visitors may be touched in the barn or actually see his figure. A young girl suffering of fever wandered onto the balcony in winter. She lost her footing and fell to her death. Since the ground was frozen they were unable to bury her. She was placed on ice in the basement until the spring thaw arrived. Her mother visited her daily until her burial. The little girl’s ghost can be seen at various places throughout the house. Anna Adams Cox, eldest daughter of George Adams inherited the mansion after his death. She had a happy lavish life until her husband left under suspicious circumstances. She died in the house lonely and broken. She wanders the halls of the estate still today.
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The investigators are talking about pictures outside the room where the recorder was located. A voice whispers "Hello Heather" (13 sec)
Appears to be an apparition of small child standing in window. Could this be the little girl that fell to her death from the second story and kept in the cellar well until ground thawed enough for burial.
NOPSS Team personal experiences: Investigator saw full body apparition in blue, touched, electrical charges felt, pressure felt on leg, pulse racing, saw unexplained moving light and a loud unexplained bang heard in barn.