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the United States’ only statewide paranormal tourism trail
EscapeMakers – Apparently, restless souls will not be ignored. The
Haunted History Trail of New York State continues to grow with the
addition of 11 new locations and experiences for visitors to enjoy.
Since 2013, the trail has grown from 13 to 30 New York State counties
from Lake Erie to the Hudson River. The trails 70+ locations will
educate and possibly cause sleepless nights for those who visit.
To request a free 2016 Haunted History Trail of New York State brochure,
can start making travel plans by requesting the beautiful 24-page
Haunted History Trail of New York State brochure. The brochure gives
an informative description of each location and activities that
guests can participate in at these scary spots. You can find trail
locations by region or by activity descriptions such as ghost hunts,
guided tours, haunted dining, haunted inns and others. In addition
to requesting the trail brochure, you also have the option of receiving
visitor guides from the counties in which the trail locations reside.
All you have to do is click here!
a bone-chilling museum of medical devices at the Dr.
Best House and Medical Museum in Middleburgh. The 42-room Knox
Mansion in Johnstown has consistent reports of children laughing
and sightings of apparitions. The past comes alive in Rochester
when enjoying a stroll with the Rochester
Candlelight Ghost Walks. Outside of the Big
Tree Inn in the collegiate town of Geneseo, you just might spot
the former innkeeper walking the grounds with a lantern. For many
reasons, they say the Capitol building in Albany is a scary place
– participate in New
York State Capitol Haunted Tours, and you’ll see one of the
reasons why. There’s a weird spot in a park by Lake
George where you if you talk, the echo of your voice comes back
louder. To learn more about these locations, click here!