New York City Ghosts

New York City Ghosts

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Welcome to New York City Ghosts, a ghost tour to New York City's most haunted locations! This 90 minute ghost tour will take you to 10 haunted locations!

Welcome to New York City Ghost Tours! We offer walking ghost tours through the most haunted places in New York City. The ghost tour is conducted in Greenwich Village and meets in Washington Square Park, near the Fountain, opposite of the Arch. Your 90 minute tour will take you to 10 locations on a 1.5 mile walk to places like Mark Twain's House of Death, the Edgar Allan Poe House, the tragedy of t

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Timeline photos 05/08/2022

A very happy Mother's Day to all of our favorite ghouls -- our moms! Tag your mom (or mom figure!) to let her know how much you appreciate her and all she does!
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Timeline photos 05/08/2022

House not selling? Don't blame the housing market -- blame the ghosts! Check out this article from Vox that tells of a homeowner in Nyack, NY that had a pretty rough time selling her baby-blue Victorian beauty.
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Visit the link in our stories to read the article or follow the link below!
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https://www.vox.com/the-highlight/22712090/real-estate-haunted-ghosts-ghostbusters
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Timeline photos 05/07/2022

Everyone knows a skeptic -- what would you tell them?
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Timeline photos 05/06/2022

One of the oldest hotels in Savannah's historic district, the Olde Harbor Inn was originally used as a dockside warehouse before it was demolished and rebuilt for use by an oil company. A mysterious fire, strange occurrences, and ghostly activity add to the Olde Harbor Inn's ever-growing story, but let's start off at the very beginning.
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Countless people died while working the docks and were either crushed by the massive bales of cotton or worked to death until they succumbed to exhaustion.
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It's no wonder that the Olde Harbour Inn and River Street are considered one of the most haunted places in all of Savannah. Meet the ghosts through the link in our bio.
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Timeline photos 05/05/2022

The Lucas Theatre attracts art-lovers and theater aficionados from all around Savannah and the surrounding areas. The theater hosts musicals, plays and concerts. Now owned and operated by SCAD, the theater tycoon Arthur Melville Lucas constructed the theater in 1921. Despite having built over forty theaters across the country, only Savannah’s Lucas Theatre bears his name — there must be something special about it.
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Want to learn about the ghosts that still reside at the Lucas Theatre? Check out the link in our bio!
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Timeline photos 05/03/2022

The Low Country is one of a kind, oozing in southern spirit and spirits. From the haunted Andrew Low House to the entire street of Abercorn, Savannah's city center and surrounding neighborhoods are some of the spookiest in America -- could it be because the entire city is built atop burying grounds?
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McAllister actually perished in the war during a Civil War battle in Virginia. He died in 1864. During the fort's history, four battles were fought there. It was used as a fortification for the Confederate army.
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During all of the battles seen by the fort, Union and Confederate forces lost more than just a few hundred men. In the fifteen minute battle by land, seventy-one Confederate soldiers were dead. That's seventy-one deaths in one single place. Some of the battle was extremely brutal, with muskets and hand-to-hand combat.
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So, are there soldiers still residing at this historic wartime fort? Check out the link in our stories or bio to find out!
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Photos from New York City Ghosts's post 05/01/2022

Looking to go investigate a haunted location? Here's a few things to remember before you go...
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Have anything to add? Share in the comments below!
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Timeline photos 04/30/2022

Have you ever heard of the Fox Sisters? The story goes...
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"One day, in the early 1840s in Hydesville, New York, a young peddler arrived at the home of a Mr. and Mrs. Bell to sell his housewares. He was invited into the home by the Bells' housekeeper and in fact stayed for some days. The maid was shortly dismissed from service but abruptly rehired a week later. The peddler was gone, but many of his items were now in use in the Bells' kitchen. The maid thought little of it until she began experiencing strange, ghostly phenomenon, only to find out from the peddler's ghost that he had in fact been murdered in her absence.
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At least that was the story told by two sisters named Maggie and Katie Fox, who claimed to communicate with the ghost. Years later, the sisters admitted it had all been a hoax; there was no murdered peddler, and the spirit communications had been faked. Still, the sisters had inadvertently founded a religion called Spiritualism, which is still practiced today. The Murdered Peddler is the only fake ghost whose presence started a real religion."
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Courtesy of Live Science
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Timeline photos 04/29/2022

Part Two of Savannah's Most Haunted Places is here! This time, we're covering cemeteries, battlefields, and a few of Savannah's lesser-known haunted squares! Check out the link in our bio to access our blog and this exclusive Feature Friday article!
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Cemeteries serve as silent testaments, bookmarks in the pages of the past. Etched in stone are the names of those who existed within a certain historical period. They recall the deeds and misdeed of those who called Savannah home or who met their deaths while in the city.
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The battlefields and monuments that dot Savannah are reminders of the brutality necessary in securing the peace of our nation. They are a sacred tribute to those who paid the price of freedom with their very lives. Long after the echo of the last cannonball faded from memory, the spirits of those who gave everything still remind us of these events from the past that has shaped America into what it is today.

Timeline photos 04/28/2022

Savannah -- the Hostess City of the South, with Spanish moss hanging from ancient oaks and spirits from years past on every street corner. What makes this historic, antebellum city so dang haunted? Could it be the city's history of war and violence? Or, perhaps its the death and disease the swept through the city ages ago... our guess is that the city-wide hauntings are caused by the ground underneath the cobblestone paths and roads. The hidden burial grounds of Savannah must be to blame, right?
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To learn about Savannah's most hallowed ground, visit the link in our bio to reach our blog!
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Timeline photos 04/27/2022

Was it a childhood happening, or perhaps a loved one who passed away and visited after -- whatever the reason, we want to know -- what got you interested in the ghostly side of life?
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Timeline photos 04/26/2022

The gorgeous Hamilton-Turner Inn was immortalized in the novel by John Berendt, 'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.' The book tells the story of Joe Odom and his time as the manager of the Hamilton-Turner Inn. It also speaks of the wild Gatsby-style shindigs he would throw.
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During the Inn's extensive history, numerous reports of unexplainable activity have surfaced. Visitors claim to see full-bodied apparitions, the sounds of ghostly children giggling, and even billiard balls clacking when no one is holding a cue. Some have even seen a man smoking a cigar on the rooftop of the inn, and occasionally he has been seen holding a rifle. Others claim to see a Civil War soldier walking about the hallways at night, knocking on guest doors. Could this spectral soldier be sticking around because the inn was built atop his grave?
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Check out the link in our bio to read more!
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Timeline photos 04/25/2022

Happiest of Mondays from us here at US Ghost Adventures -- be sure to believe in yourself this week!
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Timeline photos 04/20/2022

Why is Savannah so haunted? That's one of the first questions to cross the minds of those learning about the Hostess City of the South. Could it be the sheer age of the city? Sure. However, it's more likely due to the fact that Savannah was built right atop the battlefields and burying grounds of times gone by. From Madison Square to the Civil War, Savannah's been in the front row seat to more than just a few battles, and more than a few hauntings as well!
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Check out our story for a link to our exclusive article!
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Timeline photos 04/19/2022

What is it about these quaint historic squares that charms us? Could it be the cobblestone paths leading to a welcoming wooden bench? Perhaps its the elderly oak trees draped in Spanish Moss, hanging over the walkways with a watchful eye? Whatever the reason, the squares of Savannah are some of the most historic -- and with centuries of history comes a whole lot of hauntings. Lafayette Square is one of these charming parks with a hidden history, more than just a few homes around the square are occupied -- by ghosts!
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Check out the link in our bio to learn the history behind Lafayette Square and the sites that make it one of the most popular haunts in the Hostess City of the South.
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