On this page you will find many links to other websites that are similar to the Ohio Exploration Society’s site. We link to both urban exploration and paranormal websites within Ohio and list only urban exploration and partner sites out-of-state. Please feel free to contact if you know of any other websites that should be included in this directory, if you want to exchange links, or if you find a broken link. All links will open in a new browser tab or window.
Ohio Urban Exploration & Paranormal Websites
OES Affiliate Site (Temporarily Offline)
Ohio Paranormal is one of our partners in the field of paranormal research. They investigate the mysteries, legends and hauntings of Ohio.
OES Affiliate Site
Photography of Ohio’s abandoned landscape by OES Coordinator Philip Niklas. All photos on his site may be purchased.
Dead Ohio explores, documents and preserves the legends and mysteries of Northeastern Ohio. Many local oddities are featured there.
Urban exploration, cemeteries, and hauntings, mostly around the Akron area and Northeast Ohio.
|Lost And Found Ohio
Lost & Found Ohio explores abandoned places, cemeteries, and documents the unexplained.
|Dust To Dust Ohio
This website explores abandoned places in Ohio and Indiana, documents Ohio’s unknown history, and investigates the paranormal.
|Franklin County Cemeteries
This website has documented nearly every cemetery in Franklin County. The site includes information and many photos of tombstones.
|Central Ohio Paranormal Society
COPS is a paranormal research group who investigates haunts throughout the state with a focus on Central Ohio.
|Spirit Stalkers Of Ohio
A reputable, experienced, seasoned and very dedicated paranormal research team.
|Ohio Ghost Town Exploration Co.
A terrific group that researches, visits and documents the many ghost towns in Ohio.
|Columbus Restaurant History
This website documents the great, but mostly now-defunct, restaurants that have been in Columbus over the years.
Creepy Cleveland features the folklore, myths and monsters in and around the Cleveland area.
Non-Ohio Urban Exploration Sites
The glue of the urban exploration community, this site contains valuable information and links to sites around the world. RIP Ninjalicious.
Urban Exploration Resource
An urban exploration community with a very active forum, photos from around the world, and a worldwide database of abandoned locations.
One of the best and most hardcore urban exploration sites out there, based out of Minneapolis.
An excellent urban exploration site based in New York City.
Some of the finest Canadian urban exploration photography.
Essex Mountain Sanatorium
One of the craziest locations ever explored. Make sure to check it out!
The urban exploration adventures of Michael Brown, based in Canada.
Danvers State Asylum
This site contains many photographs, video, and other media from Danvers State Asylum as seen in the movie Session 9. It is such a pity that most of the complex was demolished for new apartment buildings.
An extensive website about the oddities of our neighbors to the south in Kentucky.
Urban exploration at its best in the Motor City.
Viveca’s UrbEx Weekly
A very cool online newspaper that aggregates urban exploration related stories from across the web.
Urban exploration of buildings throughout Europe that have been forgotten.
A site based in New York about urban exploration
A pretty cool urban exploration site that comes to us from the state of Wisconsin.
Industrial Archaeology In California
An urban exploration site that covers the entire state of California.
Bangor Explorer’s Guild
A pretty cool name and website for this urban exploration group based in Maine.
Weird New Jersey
An excellent website based in New Jersey, bringing us abandoned places and local legends.
Forgotten New York
An awesome website that brings us the forgotten and often over-looked historical sites in the Big Apple.
Travel deep inside the bowels of Virginia Tech.