Paranormal Lockdown experts Nick and Katrina travel to Winchester, Indiana to check out The Randolph County Infirmary. The asylum has been closed for years but inside Nick and Katrina discover that “not every resident has left.” They aren’t the first people to go hunting for paranormal activity in the infirmary. Adam Kimmell, the man who bought the 120-year-old building, is a longtime paranormal investigator too. He and two other partners (Dan Allen and Chris Musgrove), purchased The Randolph County Infirmary for approximately $369,000. It took another $20,000 to make the building “habitable” for ghost tours.
Kimmell owns two other haunted sites (a jail, and a speakeasy) in the county. He says the Randolph Infirmary is the most popular. Kimmell says of the infirmary: “I knew the second I said this place was open for business people would flock in. It’s a subculture of hardcore fanatics willing to travel all over the country to pursue their passion.” Visitors can spend the night at the infirmary for $129 (which includes dinner, breakfast, and fear). Paranormal Lockdown airs Fridays at 9pm on TLC.