Chittenango New York was home to L. Frank Baum, the author of the Wizard of Oz. In Chittenango some streets are a dark cousin to the Yellow Brick Road. Several ghost sightings have been reported on one road in particular: Gulf Road.
Over the years you'll hear ghost stories and urban legends about brides and grooms. Did you know locally we have one of those legends? Have you ever heard of the "Phantom Bride" of 13 Curves in Marcellus, just southwest of Syracuse?
On July 12, 1918, a munitions plant exploded at Split Rock Quarry in Syracuse. Sadly, the explosion took the lives of 50 men with it. Since then, this location has had a lot of paranormal activity reported.
As we get ready to celebrate the paranormal time of the year with fall, we take a look back at some of our very own local ghost stories. Have you ever drove past, or through, the Saint Agnes Cemetery? Allegedly there has been reported paranormal activity there.
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