The 1910 Globe Jail – Globe, Arizona


9:00 pm - 11:45 pm

February 25th – 2022, 9:00 PM ET – Live streaming investigation from the haunted 1910 Globe Jail with Rick McCallum and Dylan Rathman in Globe, Arizona. 

Join The Spirit Realm Network as we venture to Globe, Arizona to bring you another live streaming investigation from the haunted 1910 Globe Jail with veteran paranormal investigator and award winning author Rick McCallum and introducing 15 year old paranormal investigator Dylan Rathman. Together the veteran and the apprentice will explore this historic and active location. Rick will educate and inform while Dylan continues to develop and perfect his own unique investigation style unlike anyone his age.

About The 1910 Globe Jail

Established in 1910, after overrunning the newly built facility in 1905 with the hustle and bustle of the Old West Arizona Territory the facility was the 4th in succession. The first, being made of adobe which was a great pairing with the town “hanging tree”. The 2nd jail was located inside the first territorial courthouse structure, which stood from 1881-1904 at almost the same location, coupled with the newer modern wooden gallows. The 3rd was located inside the even newer and larger stone Territorial Courthouse location on the exact same location as the previous, in tandem with the same wooden gallows. This 4th location was a new modern concrete structure built on top of the wooden gallows location, adjacent to the 1905 Courthouse, being attached by a catwalk. With the new era of due process, versus that of Old West Vigilantism, there would now be no need for the use of the gallows. The jail served the territory from 1910 until February 14th, 1912, when Arizona received its Statehood, and from 1912-1981, when the facility saw its last prisoner.

About Dylan Rathman

Dylan Rathman began his ghost hunting career at the young age of 7 years old. Although most people may think this was too young to begin ghost hunting, Dylan is the son of Tony Rathman, founder of Entity Voices Paranormal Investigations and has trained under his father’s guidance for the last 8 years. Dylan is well versed in the specifics of ghost hunting and has been to haunted hotels, haunted historical sites along with helping his father and stepmother, Cherie Rathman, run the very haunted abandoned Phelps-Dodge hospital in Ajo, Arizona. Dylan has been involved in everything from hospital tours, group tours, and full overnight investigations, even spending entire nights sleeping in the abandoned hospital to see what evidence it has to offer. Dylan is becoming a natural at identifying EVPS, using spirit boxes. He even has his own investigation style unlike anyone his age and now at age 15, Dylan is bound and determined to learn everything he can about the paranormal and capture as much compelling evidence as he can.

About Rick McCallum

Rick McCallum began his stunt career in 1982, performing a fight scene with Chuck Norris on the film Lone Wolf McQuade, and has more than 75 credits to his name. Rick has performed in numerous action and horror movies, and also has doubled for Daniel Baldwin, Barry Bostwick, Greg Evigan, Oliver Platt, Chris Noth, and many horror icons, including Kane Hodder, Ra Mihailoff and Sid Haig, as well as playing the monster in Deepstar Six, and the title character in the film Darkwolf. Rick has trained actors and actresses in fights, falls, and weapons, including the Comic Con Star Wars Challenge winning short, Saber, which won Best Film and Best Action, and also coordinated the Walking Dead webisode Cold Storage, which won the Streamy Award. Recently, he has worked on features in Australia, the Hamptons, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee and Louisiana. Rick has also acted in many films, including Naked Gun 33 and 1/3, Hatchet 2, where he played the silent hunter John, and recently in Clint Eastwood’s J Edgar. He also stunt coordinated the Friday the 13th video game. Rick, along with Kane Hodder, are the founders of the Hollywood Ghost Hunters. Rick is also the author of his book “Ghosts Believe in Me” where he recounts his story of a lifetime obsession with the paranormal, investigations at some of the most haunted and iconic locations in the U.S., Scotland, Ireland, and England, and some amusing stories along the way.