The Spirit House was built by Timothy Brown in 1869, in Georgetown, NY. Brown had no experience with construction prior to this home, but informed those who questioned his skills that spirits were guiding him on how to construct the home. As pictures of the home attest, the finished result is a ornately decorated home.
Through all of the paranormal investigations and reportedly haunted locations spread throughout Central New York one of the most interesting and stylish hauntings in the Mohawk Valley is the depression era Capitol Theater in Rome, NY.
Chili-Palooza is coming to the Herkimer County Fairgrounds in Frankfort, October 15th. This is a daylong concert event with family fun and continuous live music on 2 stages! There will be 8 bands performing country, blues, or classic rock on the Local Upstate Chrysler Jeep Main Stage. Sample chili and choose your favorite in the Best Chili Contest.
Chili-Palooza is not only about Chili and Music, it’s also about supporting our local fire departments. The Best Chili Contest was created for the local fire departments to compete against each other and raise money for each department. Each sample of chili will cost $1. The fire departments will keep all the proceeds from the Best Chili Contest. The first place team will win $750 and the second place team will receive $250. Below is a list of the local participating fire departments participating at Chili-Palooza!
With "Chili-Palooza" just days away, Saturday, October 15th at the Herkimer Country Fairgrounds in Frankfort, you probably want to know more about the event. You may have heard that several fire departments will be competing with their chili recipes, and there will be live entertainment. But, after eating all that chili, how are you going to cool down your pipes? The answer...beer!
Canada's Bayou Boys, a CCR tribute band, will make their Central New York debut at Chili-Palooza, Saturday, October 15th at Herkimer County Fairgrounds. The Bayou Boys hit the road in 1989 and have toured all over Canada, the U.S, and Finland. (Yes, Finland!)
Congratulations to Cindy and her co-workers at Gorman, Waszkiewicz, Gorman & Schmitt in Utica. They are our current Workplace of the Week winners. We delivered them a delicious fruit bouquet from Edible Arrangements.
In 1918, World War I was raging, and any company that was able to be adapted to a military need was eager to. One such company was the Solvay Process Company in Syracuse. They owned a limestone quarry outside of Syracuse in the town of Onondaga, and were willing to convert this quarry into a munitions factory to help the war effort. This quarry was known as the Split Rock Quarry.
It’s October, which means Halloween is almost here! This is the time when people start looking for spooky and fun things to do. Have you ever wanted to participate in a paranormal investigation? Lite 98.7 has teamed up with the Shadow Chasers again this year to explain and investigate the paranormal.
When investigating the paranormal over the years it has become apparent that there are certain types of sites that are more prone to being labeled as haunted regardless of their actual history. Places like old theaters, cemeteries, schools and so forth. Then there are places that not only are hazardous locations but often have tragic histories.
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