The CNY Paranormal series takes a look at the folklore, urban legends and ghost stories that surround central new york. Contributed by the NY Shadow Chasers and other paranormal experts, the series examines many reportedly haunted locations in New York through their history and ghost stories with many results from ghost hunting investigations at the locations.
Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. Ghost Hunters and guests explored the floors of the haunted Hotel Utica on Halloween night in pursuit of the unknown.
The city of Oswego, overlooking Lake Ontario, is home to a very distinctive fort. Fort Ontario, first built in 1755 during the French and Indian War is best known for its star shape and now known for its haunting history.
Nestled deep in the Adirondack Park is the town of Tahawus. Discovered by explorers Archibald McIntyre and David Henderson in 1826, from 1827 to 1857, it was the location of a mining operation ran by the Adirondack Iron Works Company.