Adam Kimmell took risks to make his dream of saving & making history come true. He purchased Madison Seminary in 2016 after filming an episode for his web series there. It has since been his wild and unapologetic mission to not only make this place thrive, but to help others realize their dreams, go on their own adventures and make their own history. 

Madison Seminary is our biggest & scariest adventure. Not just because people think the building haunted (even though they do) but because we risked everything to chase what we believed in & we have had quite the fight to keep it standing strong, beautiful & tall.

We are here to share our adventure with you because YOU are made of history. YOU are the future.

Stay MAD & make the history books.

Visit us at Madison Seminary in Madison, Ohio (BOOK NOW at the top of your screen).

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Resident Undead | A documentary

Resident Undead | A documentary

Resident Undead has always believed in making Ripples in Time. What started as a wild adventure through our college years became something that we would never let go of. It became the ultimate artistic endeavor, a living and breathing metaphor, not to mention a personification of fear that gave us the vehicle we were looking for to help people overcome their biggest fears and chase whatever it is that matters to them.  


We were most excited, I think, when the show started to resonate with people on that level. When people began to draw pictures of scenes (or of us) or report in that something we'd done on the show or in our social media had really mattered to them.  

Our most basic principle for our show? We use unconventional methods to try and communicate with ghosts, we’re obsessed with history and we love historical and folkloric preservation. (In other words, save the Hell out of history. That’s our mission.) It's bigger than that, though. We document friendship, a journey through uncertainty and the small communities that often house these historical icons. 

We’re documentarians and artists with a unique perspective. We think art matters and that what we do now should matter one hundred years from now. Make every day count.

Our Facebook just got a facelift! If you're interested in checking out the show, click here to view it on Facebook. If you're a YouTuber at heart and prefer to watch on YouTube? Go here

Mad Con 2 & Easton Musgrove

Mad Con 2 & Easton Musgrove

Mad Con 1 & Easton Musgrove

Mad Con 1 & Easton Musgrove