Ohio Blood Bowl
Ohio Blood Bowl or Columbus Gates of Hell is a drainage tunnel under North High Street. It is a place favored by ghost hunters from around the world because of the ease of access. It is known for it's unsanitary interior, despite being loved by ghost hunters. It is only mildly haunted if at all. There are a few cross-sections that can be difficult or misleading.
“”The tunnel earned what may be its most disturbing nickname, the Blood Bowl, because of an urban legend about a skateboarder who died there in the 1980s. But it’s also possible that it may have gained this reputation partly because of the many skateboarders who’ve wiped out while trying to conquer its steep walls in the dark. Though urban explorers do wander into the tunnel, it’s technically off limits to the public. It was built for a stream that goes from Glen Echo Park to the Olentangy River, but is mostly dry, except after rain. A cage-like structure near the entrance of the tunnel prevents large debris