There are many haunted locations around Central New York and one of them, known to many as "Homer's House," has been demolished. On Middle Settlement Road just past Twin Orchards set back in the woods once stood an old white house. Now it's just an empty lot.
In the 1800s, when boats were the main form of transportation, lighthouses dotted the landscape. These buildings provided a guide for travelers, helping them locate shore, and navigate in poor weather conditions.
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.
Haunted locations vary greatly from creaky old houses to churches and even revolutionary war battlefields but some of the most haunted locations are those you wouldn't expect. One of the most reportedly haunted locations in Central New York is actually the New Hartford High School.
Syfy’s latest show claims to depict teams of paranormal investigators conducting “first-person investigations of the most frightening claims of paranormal activity along America’s remote back roads.” All of which would sound odd enough if it weren’t for the fact that Ozzy Osbourne‘s son Jack is one of the people doing the investigating.
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