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Old Worthington Ghosts: Who you gonna call?

...Old Worthington ghosts?  Who you gonna call? 

Actually I did not call.  I received a call.  A "paranormal investigator" called me last night about the building that was Fine Lines (a stationery store) on High Street in Old Worthington. Why me?  Because I shared the "story"  in 2009 and 2010  about a ghost rapping on the alley door of the store at 657 High St. Worthington, Ohio.

657 High St. Worthington Ohio 43085

The video was made by the Worthington Library....

2009  Worthington Ghost Story: The tale of Rap! Rap! Rap!

2010 Did Worthington's ghost "Irwin" run a business out of town?


The "paranormal investigator"  called after 10:00 PM on a Saturday night, so I did not pick up the call from an unknown local number.  In his voice mail and in our conversation he referred to the High Street store building as "abandoned." 

On the phone Sunday I was able to tell him the Old Worthington building was not vacant.  "Abandoned?" Was it ever an abandoned building?  The Old Worthington store was vacant...  Vacant happens.  657 High Street, Worthington was not vacant in the story.    The employees of the stationary store where stationary, cards, pens wrapping paper, etc.  were sold had an encounter with the ghost, "Irwin." 

Before calling the paranormal investigator back today, I looked up the phone number for the business now in the building at 657 High Street in Worthington. The "paranormal investigator" did not seem interested in the phone number for the current business. I did not give the "paranormal investigator" the phone number to Blue Frost Cupcake.   

Old Worthington ghost stories

I did not tell the "paranormal investigator" about the ghost stories about other businesses on High Street in Old Worthington, some made up just for fun...

I did tell him I understood the story of Fine Lines being haunted was a joke.  Rap!  Rap! Rap!   It's a joke right? 



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