New York City
Ghosts & Mysteries

This section includes ghost tours and locations that are reputed to be haunted or subject to paranormal activity. We make no claims that the locations actually are haunted, only that some believe this to be so. Even those who are skeptical of such claims may find the stories to be entertaining, and the accounts can be sources of creative inspiration. This section may also include "true crime" or underground history tours that don't feature ghost tales.

Some descriptions in these listings are adapted from articles in Wikipedia under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0. See the full descriptions for details.

Staten Island, NY, USA

The one-time home of photographer Alice Austen is now a museum that hosts a collections of her work as well as art and history exhibitions. . .

New York, NY, USA

Ghost tours of Greenwich Village, West Village and Lower Manhattan. . .

New York, NY, USA

"Let us see if we can scare you with stories of ghosts. . ."

New York, NY, USA

Ghost tours of Greenwich Village, East Village and West Village. . .

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New York, NY, USA

The Merchant's House Museum is the only 19th-century family home in New York City preserved intact. . .

New York, NY, USA

Built in 1765, this mansion is the oldest remaining house in Manhattan. . .

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Oyster Bay, NY, USA

This house museum was the home of Robert Townsend, one of George Washington's Culper Ring of spies. . .

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