The Ohio State Reformatory: Behavior Punishable by Death
- The Ohio State Reformatory was supposed to be a place for troubled men to find bright futures, but the building contains a history of violence as well. For example, one 22-year-old man set himself on fire in his cell in 1960.
- The prison's ghostly residents include two murdered guards as well as the reformatory's farm boss and family; they were kidnapped and shot to death by parolees in 1948.
- When Theresa Argie entered the superintendent's quarters where one prison warden's wife was shot and killed, she experienced an overwhelming scent of rose perfume, something that has been experienced by others as well.
- Explore the haunted reformatory on a supernatural tour through the building's vacant prison cells and rooms.