Have you ever been to Sylvan Beach amusement park? I remember as a kid the haunted house had to be the scariest thing I've ever seen. However, as an adult the park is filled with a lot of frights as well. Reports are that the park is haunted with 3 different ghosts.
The Haunted Rails Ghost Train is coming up on October 25th and will depart from Union Station in Utica and take our guests on the tracks up to the Remsen Depot in Remsen. However, before we even go ghost hunting up North will you experience any paranormal beings in Utica? You may.
We believe that a haunting takes place around a certain geographic location, person or object. But does the time of the year make a difference in higher spirit activity? It might and it's called the Seasonality of the Supernatural.
Can you imagine finding the woman of your dreams, spending the night with her dancing, and the next morning finding out she was a ghost? That's exactly what happens when you pick up Zella Droff on the way to The Pitcher Hotel.
We've covered a handful of roads in Central New York reported as haunted by ghosts, and other creep creatures. Have you heard about the haunted road in Durhamville called Sterling Road? It's just outside of Sylvan Beach.
You can fish for great tasting bass, blue gill, and walleye on Cazenovia lake. Did you know you're also able to fish for ghosts? Cazenovia Lake is home to much of Madison County's paranormal activity. Let's discuss a few of the ghost stories and urban legends.
Have you ever wanted to go on a ghost hunt? Well on October 25th we have the Haunted Rails Ghost Train. If you're looking to warm up for that ghost hunt, here's another one you can add to your calendar of events for the month: The Night Of Shadows on October 10th.
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.