Richard Syrett speaks with a retired correctional officer who reveal true, first-hand accounts of the paranormal as well as his own personal experiences at Kentucky’s most violent, controversial, and haunted prison. The Kentucky State Penitentiary opened its heavy iron gates to the condemned over 100 years ago—yet many of them, long deceased, still walk its corridors.
GUEST: Author and paranormal researcher Steve E. Asher is a Princeton, Kentucky native. He loves music as well as being in nature, most often at night. He is a ten-year veteran of both corrections and law enforcement. Steve has been investigating both the paranormal and the macabre for many years. He has researched ghosts worldwide including in Thailand. Steve cares for his family of five along with his wife Cheyenne. When he is not writing, he is teaching special needs adults, off on investigations, or meditating in the flower garden at his home.