President Richard Nixon and Newt Gingrich watch you from above as you walk on by the old building.
"Most everyone who is there is from the past," said Bob Dixon.
But it was what a paranormal group said that it found in the basement of the former Emmitt House Restaurant during a tour Saturday night that has people talking.
It even has the Waverly police department investigating, ONN's Denise Alex reported.
"You got a lot of people who don't put any stock into it what so ever so it all remains to be seen," said Waverly Police Chief Larry Roe.
Roe said that his officers collected what could be a handful of bones. The bones are tiny and he is not sure if they belong to a human or an animal, so he's enlisted the help of the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
The bones will first be taken to two coroners to look at. Next they will be examined by an anthropologist out of Athens.
"I don't want to take the chance on it being some small child or anything like that," Roe said. "I don't want to just blow it off. We'd rather be sure about it."
The Emmitt House has been in existence for hundreds of years.
Some of the building is used as a restaurant and is now a place for paranormal tours.
Dixon owns Dixon Jewelers across the street and said that with an underground pathway the possibility of what lies beneath the brick building is anyone's guess.
"The tunnel system that is there could make it rather mysterious or spooky for some people," Dixon said.
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