Nick Groff says he was possessed?

Apparently Nick Groff has shown pictures and says he was attacked by a ghost,  My question here is how does he know it was a ghost and what if it was something more malevolent, or perhaps what if it was not a ghost, but over imagination?

He was possessed by an entity at the Moon River Brewing Company in Savannah, Georgia. I am calling bullshit to this if he was really possessed he would not know it and would most likely be needing a real exorcist.

Nicholas “Nick” Groff is a co-investigator and cameraman on the series. He is also an executive producer and editor of the show. Groff is also the co-founder of the GAC. He and his wife currently reside in Las Vegas, Nevada.

my question is do we just believe someone, because they say they  are and expert on reality T.V?

The Mansfield” Built  was  built between 1886 and 1910, also known as the Ohio State Reformatory  tha thad served served many purposes during its life as a functioning prison. The prison  was used as a camp to train Civil War soldiers, I do believe that it was one of the worst prisons around for the time and association. the Reformatory may have been an awful place to spend your time behind bars.  About a total of 154,000 inmates passed though the massive gates during its 94 years as a working prison,  some never made it out alive.

I was scratched says the ghost hunter.


the article and right up stated that “When you chase monsters for a living, you start to become accustomed to the strange and the unexplained, but every once in awhile something happens that slaps you across the face and reminds you that when it comes to the paranormal, things can get hairy when you start to get comfortable. Such an event happened last weekend when Planet Weird found themselves lucky enough to join the Nick Groff Tour at Ohio’s amazing Mansfield Reformatory. What started as a fun meet and greet with the star and executive producer of Ghost Adventures ended up being a night of scares, strange whispers in the darkness, and an attack by an unseen force… so you know, just your average night on the Nick Groff Tour. 

Ok something is bothering me here. Are all ghosts monsters? why is everything always evil. I know the history of the Mansfield reformatory, i also know other folks have commented and stated all though there may be activity there  or paranormal phenomena, they have no direct evidence that evil is there. some have sated that it may just be a super hype from ghost hunters claiming  as such for fame, publicity and or  T.V purposes? money profit and ghost hunts?

History of the “Mansfield”


Ghostly History of OSR

As reported by News Channel 4, Columbus, Ohio 1997

Stone walls and iron bars they’re still here, but what of the humanity, if you can call it that, of the old Ohio State Reformatory at Mansfield. What of the 154,000 inmates who passed through it’s gates in it’s 94 years as a working prison. Not to mention their keepers, the Wardens, and the Guards, the gravediggers, and the rest, what of them remains? As it turns out, more than you might think. No matter what their crime, some sent to Mansfield have never left. They rest unclaimed in a cheerless graveyard just outside the fence. 215 numbered markers laid out row on row. Most were victims of disease, influenza, tuberculosis, but some died of less natural causes; From the violence, that is all to common inside any prison and was far from unknown in this one. And the worst of it occurred well away from the main cell block with their rows of cages stacked tier on tier, and inmates, one or two to a cell. There were too many eyes, too many witnesses here, no the worst of it was reserved for a far lonelier place, deep beneath the prison ground. A place called local control, or solitary, by some, known by everyone else as the hole. Near total isolation can crack all but the toughest of cons, but none was so alone that there wasn’t room for death. At least one inmate managed to hang himself, another set himself on fire, once two men left too long in a single tomb like cell, only one walked out, leaving his cellmate’s body behind, stuffed beneath a bunk. Could there be other similar surprises? Or words left over from the days before the prison closed? Even when they’re empty, some swear something walks these halls. It isn’t enough for contemporary visitors not to wonder off alone while sight seeing, what‘s become one of Mansfield’s more popular tourist attractions. But the bloodiest single incident in the old prison’s history occurred outside it’s walls. In July 1948, when the Reformatory’s farm boss, his wife and daughter were kidnapped and shot to death by two parolees bent on revenge. A six state manhunt for the so called mad-dog killers ended in a shootout that left Robert Daniels of Columbus in custody and his partner, James West dead. “I’ll get the Chair” Daniels told police as he signed the confession. And on January 3rd, 1949, he did. A year later in 1950 disaster struck again. This time, here in the living quarters of the Warden himself. The Warden’s wife, removing a jewelry box from a closet shelf dislodged a pistol from it’s hiding place. When it hit the floor, the gun went off inflicting a fatal wound. And within the decade, even more bad luck. The Warden, hard at work in his office, suffered a heart attack and died. All this was nearly 40 years ago and more, how then to explain the voices shaken tour guides swear they hear today? Man and woman talking, to faint to understand, to persistent to ignore and chilling to listeners who think they’re alone, only to find themselves apparently eavesdropping on the warden and his wife locked forever in an endless conversation from beyond the grave.

Nicholas “Nick” Groff is a co-investigator and cameraman on the series. He is also an executive producer and editor of the show. Groff is also the co-founder of the GAC. He and his wife currently reside in Las Vegas, Nevada.


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