One of the stops on the Haunted Rails Ghost Train is going to be the Remsen Community Arts Center, a converted church on Main Street, in Remsen. This building has a long and varied history, and if you pay close attention while there, may be home to a spirit or two.
A new movie debuting at Scare-a-Cuse horror and sci-fi convention at the Turning Stone Resort Casino is based on an infamous western New York ghost story. 'Please talk with me,' tells the story of a 1985 incident at SUNY Geneseo.
Now we’ve all heard of ghost stories in Central New York dealing with the Oriskany Battlefield, and some of the haunted houses throughout the region. Have you ever heard of a ghost ship? Have you ever heard of the SS Ourang Medan? It’s a pretty creepy story if you have a minute.
One of the most interesting paranormal accounts is that of the the phantom vehicle, in particular the ghost train. There are a number of variations of this account including a ghostly train and ghosts haunting a train. Phantom vehicles are so common that many insurance companies actually hav
Utica's first train station was constructed in 1836 to serve as a way station for travelers bound for the west. In 1853 the train lines converged and it was apparent that Utica needed a more substantial station for the traffic.
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