Docents should know their place…
Albany State Capitol
USS The Sullivans: DD57
Porter Phelps Huntington House
Morris Jumel Mansion
Has a spectral night watchman still on duty, despite his own tragedy.
Spirits of soldiers have been seen strolling down the hallways…
Spirits who died here from natural causes, from accidents, or suicides using incoming trains still are active, and have entertained ghost tours for years.
Not a great idea to set up a bar in the old bedroom of a temperance leader. Oops!
Restoration and renovation activated a variety of spirits. Life events, great memories & a strong work ethic have all caused activity.
Always on duty, whether alive or in spirit.
“I have so much to do!”
“This is no place for children. Leave!”
Land-attached spirits moved into the reconstructed fort buildings.
When officers fraternize with unmarried girls, tragic consequences can happen.
“I can’t accept that I died defending the enemy!”
A broken promise started the massacre.
This building was the place of a torturous death. Two past owners are also at home here…
A happy spirit is in hog heaven in the Wine Cellar!
Spirits include: One very affable and and one very negative.
A spirit used his restlessness for good; others became angry and tried to start trouble!
At least 5 spirits have resided here on the upper floors…
A tragic mistake led to a haunting, due to embarrassment and shame.
Has a variety of active spirits that lived here; some watching, some naughty, some demanding & some mentally ill.
A loyal parishioner doesn’t let the fact that she is dead stop her!