Poasttown Elementary School to be featured on TLC's 'Ghost Brothers'

Owner hosting watch party, free tour
Posted at 12:27 PM, Mar 24, 2017

MADISON TOWNSHIP, Ohio – One of the Tri-State's spookiest sites is getting national attention. 

Poasttown Elementary School, a former school building converted into a 54 room home in Madison Township, will be featured on the TLC show "Ghost Brothers" on Friday, April 21 at 10 p.m.

The property's owner, Darrell Whisman, claims the building is haunted by the spirits of former students and victims oftwo train crashes near the property in the early 1900s.

The television crew visited the building in December after WCPO profiled Whisman and the school's history. TLC also interviewed members of P.I.N.K., a paranormal investigation group in Northern Kentucky. 

Whisman said he plans to hold a watch party at Poasttown Elementary School the night the show airs. The party will be free and open to the public. All guests will be allowed to roam the elementary school at 6600 Trenton Franklin Rd. after the viewing. Anyone interested can call 513-464-1330 for more details. 

Read WCPO's in-depth story about Poasttown here.