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New York Haunted Houses & Halloween Attractions
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This Week's #RealHaunt is The Dakota Hotel, which was built in 1884. It was the spot where "Rosemary's Baby" was filmed, but is most well known as the place where John Lennon was killed in 1980. It's said many spirits have taken up residence at The Dakota. http://www.newyorkhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/-dakota.html
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According to legend, this Week's #RealHaunt, Big Falls at Indian Falls are haunted by a husband & wife who perished there after the husband fell to his death, and his wife jumped in after him in an attempt to save him. http://www.newyorkhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/big-falls-at-indian-falls.html
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This Week's #RealHauint is Bayside Cemetery in Queens, New York, which stood dilapidated and in disrepair until clean up efforts in 2012. Visitors have reported an eerie feeling of being watched, seeing apparitions, and other haunted happenings on site. http://www.newyorkhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/bayside-cemetery.html
Bayside Cemetery
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This Week's #RealHaunt is Staten Island, New York's Sailor's Snug, a local park, garden & music hall that's got its very own "Lady in White" ghost, along with a variety of apparitions that have been reported by visitors over the years.
http://www.newyorkhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/sailors-snug-harbor.html
Sailors' Snug Harbor
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Located in Rome, New York, this Week's #RealHaunt, Fort Stanwix, was built in 1758, and today, it is open as a museum. Visitors have reported seeing apparitions, glowing orbs, floating objects, and other paranormal activity across the property.
http://www.newyorkhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/fort-stanwix.html
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This Week's #RealHaunt, Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx is the site of the Stockbridge Indian Massacre, where British Soldiers killed dozens of Native Americans. According to reports, spirits of those killed still haunt the grounds of the park to this day. http://www.newyorkhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/van-cortlandt-park.html
Van Cortlandt Park
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This Week's #RealHaunt is SUNY Cortland, which is believed to have many hauntings on campus, including a bleeding football player who makes appearances in Room 716 of Clark Hall & the ghost of a school chef that appears in Brockway Hall, for starters!http://www.newyorkhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/suny-cortland.html
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This Week's #RealHaunt, Fort Ticonderoga, is believed to be haunted by spirits of British and of American troops that perished in 1775. There's also legend of a ghostly woman who appears there, who had drowned in the lake hundreds of years ago. http://www.newyorkhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/fort-ticonderoga.html
Fort Ticonderoga
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This Week's #RealHaunt, Shea's Theater in Buffalo is believed to be haunted by the ghost of the original owner, Michael Shay, who died just 10 years after the theater originally opened in 1926. It's been said he still watches performances to this this day. http://www.newyorkhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/sheas-performing-art-center.html
Shea's Performing Art Center
Shea's Performing Art Center
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With centuries of history, this Week's #RealHaunt,The Rolling Hills Asylum originally opened its doors in 1821 as a facility to house homeless &mentally ill. The Asylum closed its doors in the 90s, but spirits of the mistreated linger on the grounds still. http://www.newyorkhauntedhouses.com/real-haunt/rolling-hills-asylum.html
Rolling Hills Asylum
Rolling Hills Asylum
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