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Stone Mansion & Randolph County Asylum


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Randolph County Asylum, also known as the Randolph County Poorhouse,  it existed from 1851 until 2009.  During this time it saw several different physical changes, types of patients, many deaths, a fire, and multiple tragedies.  

At one time, the property included a pump house, two different barns, a machine shed, two garages and a chicken house. The property also has an unmarked cemetery somewhere on the grounds where some former residents of the poorhouse are buried.

The current building is nearly 50,000 square-feet, has six large wards, several private rooms, laundry room, kitchen, separate dining areas for men and women.  The building sits on 350 acres with the cemetery sitting 230 yards northwest of the asylum. 

  • 1851--The county purchased land to build a poor farm for those unable to work, those physically and mentally disabled, single mothers, the elderly, and orphans.  The building would house 13 patients
  • 1853--A new wooden building was constructed that housed 16 patients
  • Jan. 1854--New wooden building was destroyed by fire
  • 1855-1856--New two-story brick building constructed.  Building demolished due to poor conditions and a larger building was needed for a growing patient population
  • 1898-1899--Current building constructed
  • 1994--Countryside Care Center purchased the building from the county and housed 12 residents
  • 2009--Countryside Care Center closed
  • 2016--Save the Old Properties purchased the home from the county

Neff Cemetery (also called White-Kelley or Randolph County Infirmary Cemetery)  is located north of infirmary on a hill in middle of pasture field. Cemetery for White and Kelley families.

At least 50 unmarked graves reportedly located on the Asylum 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.

 

This is one the most active locations we have ever been

  • Full body apparitions
  • Being scratched and touched
  • Being followed
  • Sounds of furniture being moved
  • Sounds of something being dragged down the stairs
  • Whistling
  • "Squeaky" wheel heard in the basement
  • Patients peeking out of doorways
  • Cats seen
  • EVP's
  • Phantom footsteps


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