Could These Be The Most Haunted Places in the Hudson Valley, NY?
Do you think that you have to wait until October to be scared? How about checking out places that are haunted in the Hudson Valley all year long?
Are these the scariest places? You will need to decide. If there is a place that you think we should add, please email email@example.com, with the address and why you think it should be added to the list. In the interim, what do you think of these places?
- The Shanley Hotel, is a bed and breakfast style hotel that operates all year long in Napanoch, NY.
- Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz, NY. This hotel is a grand estate that is said to have been the inspiration behind the Overlook Hotel in the movie The Shining. This hotel dates back to 1869. There apparently are people that think it is haunted and others say that there has never been proof. Have you ever stayed there?
- Marist College, Sheahan Hall. Yes, Marist College -- the one on Route 9 in Poughkeepsie. Apparently, there was a female student, who was killed in this hall in 1975 by someone whose affections she did not return. Have you been to this hall?
- Hoyt House in Staatsburg. This house dates back to 1855 and is also known as "The Point." The house has been recently purchased with hopes of restoring it. According to hauntedplaces.org, the family that originally owned the home all committed suicide in the house. Is that true?
Is there a place that you think is more haunted than the ones listed above? Let us know.
Here is a look at even more haunted places throughout the state:
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Haunted Bars And Restaurants In Upstate New York
The Only 'Legally Declared' Haunted House Is Here In New York
25 Haunted Places to Visit in New York
Are you looking for a thrill? Mandatory stay at home orders and government shutdowns have forced us all into a dull and predictable routine. New York has a rich history of thrilling crimes and horrible hauntings. These spaces are outdoors or big enough to allow for safe social distancing practices. Go outside and live your own “American Horror Story”. You never know what you might find, or what might find you!