New York Haunted Houses
New York has seen dozens of different paranormal activities over its four centuries of history. Many of the scariest places have survived a lot of tragedies over their time. St. Paul’s Chapel is one of the few religious sites in the United States that reports frequent paranormal activity. A headless ghost is often seen wandering the grounds in New York City. Edgar Allen Poe lived at 85 West and Third Street in 1844. It’s where he wrote some of his most famous stories. His ghost is sometimes seen climbing the banister in the building that is now part of Furman Hall for NYU. You can also step outside of New York City for some fun rural adventures in October. Organized events encompass farms, state parks, and activities around attractions like Niagara Falls. If you love a great scare, then you won’t find better ones anywhere than New York State. The haunted houses here let your family have a lot of fun while you get to support a great cause.