$25 – $80

Randolph County Asylum Ghost Hunt. The Booth Brothers with Rachel Booth SPE...

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Randolph County Infirmary

1882 S Old HWY 27

Winchester, In 47394

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SPECIAL EVENT! Randolph County Asylum Ghost Hunt. THE BOOTH BROTHERS. Philip Booth, Christopher & Rachel Booth of the Eat Your Cake and Eat It Tour! Join the Booths as they return to Randolph County Asylum for an insane filming & Ghost Hunt. Be a part of the filming of the Booth Brothers new show THE ATTACHED as they complete the experience in this haunted building. Explore and investigate this historical infirmary as you attempt to reach the other side and help create closure for the wandering souls. Last year the Booth Brothers started filming at Randolph and a need to return is in order to complete the emotional story of this haunted place. Tickets are only $80.00 to Ghost Hunt and Meet & Greet and if thats not your cup of tea and just want to experience the history and hang with the Booths, we have a $25.00 Meet & Greet. Limited tickets are available as we are only allowing a limited few so you personally interact with the Booths and the building. You can opt out of filming if you are shy. Otherwise we want your reactions and fear documented. We hope to see you and share and experience of a lifetime. NOTE: This is the only event Philip Booth will be appearing with us.

VIP - GHOST HUNT 6PM-1AM INCLUDES MEET & GREET, PHOTOS, SIGNED DVD & 8X10 $80.00

MEET & GREET, 6PM -8PM PHOTOS, SIGNED 8X10 PLUS SNEAK PREVIEW OF THE ATTACHED $25.00

ALSO INCLUDED - WATCH A SNEAK PREVIEW OF THE BOOTH BROTHERS THE ATTACHED!

Tickets are now on sale. Sorry no refunds. Talent subject to change due to filming scheule. If event is cancelled by promoters you will recieve a full refund of your ticket with 7 days. For more info email info@spookedproductions.com. Official Web Site www.spookedtvevents.com.

RANDOLPH COUNTY ASYLUM HISTORY. Previously referred to also as Randolph County Poor Asylum/House/Home/Farm, County Home, Countryside Care Center. The county home, originally the Randolph County Poorhouse, was built in 1899. The property at one time included a pump house, two different barns, a machine shed, two garages as well as a chicken house. The property also has an unmarked cemetery somewhere on the grounds where some former residents of the poorhouse were buried.• Tract of land purchased by county about 1851 to house a poor farm to care for those unable to work, including the mentally and physically disabled, single mothers, elderly and orphans. Dwelling existed on premises that served as facility for a time, then serving 13 inmates. Residents were to maintain the farm, though many unable to perform labor due to age or infirmity.• New wooden building constructed in 1853, housing 16 inmates. • Destroyed by fire less than year later in January 1854. • New two-story brick building constructed in 1855-56. • Building eventually ordered demolished due to poor conditions, and new structure to be built to better accommodate growing patient population. • New nearly 50,000-square-foot building (current structure) constructed in 1898-99. Housed six large wards, several private rooms, laundry, kitchen, separate dining rooms for women and men. Property included pump house, barn, hay barn, machine shed, garage or cell house, two garages, and chicken house on 350 acres. Cemetery also located on property, 230 yards northwest of the home. • New ownership assumed from county in 1994; known as Countryside Care Center, housing 12 residents.• Closed in 2008-2009, housing 5 residents before use as county storage facility. • Current owners purchased from county in 2016 for reuse as paranormal attraction. Cemetery • Neff Cemetery (also called White-Kelley or Randolph County Infirmary Cemetery) located north of infirmary on hill in middle of pasture field. Cemetery for White and Kelley families. • At least 50 unmarked graves reported located on property. Proposal in 1938 by descendant of John Neff sought to erect a fence around several of the oldest Neff family gravesites. Historical Society reset as many headstones as could be found in 1985.

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Randolph County Inn and Suites


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16 plus

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Drive and parking is available

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Your Ghost Gear

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

info@spookedproductions.com

What's the refund policy?

NO REFUNDS

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Randolph County Infirmary

1882 S Old HWY 27

Winchester, In 47394

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