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Exploring The Former Debtors’ Prison Of Rome “Old Oneida County Home” ~ The Haunts And Legends Of New York
Exploring The Former Debtors’ Prison Of Rome “Old Oneida County Home” ~ The Haunts And Legends Of New York
Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. The Old Oneida County Home, also known as the Oneida County Poor Farm, opened its doors in 1829 in Rome but while it is closed today several of the buildings are still in use.
unexpected discoveries
unexpected discoveries
Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. The Oriskany Battlefield Monument commemorates and important victory during the Revolutionary War and has a surprising connection to the Erie Canal in Utica.
Freemasons Secrets Of Baron Du Steuben ~ The Haunts And Legends Of New York
Freemasons Secrets Of Baron Du Steuben ~ The Haunts And Legends Of New York
Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. Baron Von Steuben was the Drillmaster for the Continental Army and in return for his efforts he was granted a large tract of land 20 miles north of Utica. His plans for the property were far different from what can be seen today but the secrets still remain for those wh
Exploring Utica’s ‘No Man’s Land’ ~ The Haunts And Legends Of New York
Exploring Utica’s ‘No Man’s Land’ ~ The Haunts And Legends Of New York
Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. Utica has grown several times over the years from its initial founding at Old Fort Schuyler on the banks of the Mohawk River. Annexing land from surrounding towns New Hartford and Whitestown has lead to some bizarre borders.
Inside Utica’s Lunatic Asylum ~ The Haunts And Legends Of New York
Inside Utica’s Lunatic Asylum ~ The Haunts And Legends Of New York
Looming over West Utica since 1843, the Utica State Lunatic Asylum was once on the forefront of the progressive care of the mentally ill as New York's first center for their care. Closed now for decades, the main building of the Utica Psychatric Center, known as Old Main, has captivated those who live in its shadow and hear stories of its Haunts and Legends.

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