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Haunted History Trails of New York State

New York City | Tourism , Tours

  July 2, 2016, midnight | By: Pranati Madhav

New York has bone chilling stories to tell—and you can experience them at sites along the Haunted History Trails of New York State. The Capital Region is rich in spooky manses, haunted happenings, and unexplainable mysteries. Take the tour of the New York State Capitol in Albany, and look for evidence of the night watchman who died in the Capitol fire in 1911. Spend the night at the haunted Glenn Sanders Mansion in Scotia which is notorious for its ghostly sightings and spirit interactions. Visit the Dr. Best House & Medical Museum in Middleburgh, which contains early medical apparatuses that are not for the faint of heart, and a catalogue of the deaths in this small rural community, including the wife and young son of the doctor. See the Knox Mansion, of the Knox Gelatine empire—42 rooms and a host of mysterious occurrences. Visitors have reported apparitions, unknown footsteps and voices, a piano being played by itself, and more! To learn more about the sites participating in the Haunted History Trail of New York State, please visit www.hauntedhistorytrail.com or call Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau, 800-258-3582 to work out your route, today! Photo Credits: amityphotos.com



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