The Old Licking County Jail Appeared on Ghost Adventures in 2014
and Will Appear on Ghost Adventures Aftershocks in 2015
Resident Undead's Episode at the Old Licking County Jail
Welcome to the Old Haunted Licking County Ohio Jail's Paranormal Website. The Old Jail has had far more than its share of horror since its opening in 1889. Within the walls of this Fortress 4 Sheriff's died and 14 Inmates. The Old Jail was home for some infamous murderers including "The Hand Saw Slayer", "The 22 Caliber Serial Killers", "The Proposal Day Murderer" and many more. "Carl Etherington", a Dry-Agent Detective was being held here for protection as an angry mob of over a thousand people gathered and rammed the North entrance of the jail finally gaining entry. They stormed to the second floor cell block where Etherington was being held and beat him to death with a sledge hammer. The mob then drug him out of the jail and up to the Southeast side of the Town Square where they lynched him to a telegraph pole. It is said that nearly 5,000 people including women and children all came to take a peak at the hanging agent. "Laura Devlin" a 72 year old women who went mad and killed her husband then cut his arms and legs off with a hand saw and placed his arms and head in her oven and cooked them. Click on the links above to learn more about the morbid things that went on within the walls of this Old Jail. However we shall warn you: "Abandon All Hope Ye Who Enter Here". Perhaps you should visit the Old Jail and see for yourself. The Paranormal Functions at the Ol' Jail managed by the United Paranormal Project who also manage the Twin City Opera House in McConnelsville, Ohio and the Bryn Du Mansion in Granville, Ohio.
Note: The Old Jail has heating, however the top floors and basement do get chilly in the winter. There is also Air Conditioning on the 1st floor living area which includes your break room.
Ghost Hunts at the Ol' Licking County Jail are Managed by The United Paranormal Project
46 South 3rd Street
Newark, Ohio 43055
The Death Warden "Eric Glosser" welcomes you to the Old Licking County Jail.