Tour the Old Dutch Church Cemetery in Kingston
We can tell you one thing, there is no shortage of haunted happening here in the Hudson Valley this Halloween season.
The Hudson Valley is filled with haunted history and many historic landmarks take full advantage of that during the month of October.
If you're looking for a scare, the Old Dutch Church in Kingston is hosting private cemetery tours. The tours will run every Saturday in October starting this weekend on the 6th at 7pm.
Haunted History Trail New York reports that the tours are open to groups of 8 to 30 people and must be made by reservation. The hour long tour starts in the year 1659 and will end in 1910.
During the tour you'll meet 6 costumed characters including the " first casualty of the Esopus-Indian War, an internationally known artist, a Civil War hero, an artist who happened run an ironworks company, a philanthropist and a clergyman."
Your encouraged to bring you "ghost hunting equipment" to try and catch spirits who might jump on the tour with you. Allegedly people have caught some paranormal evidence in the past.
Tickets are $15 for adults $10 for students and children under 12 $1.
Guided tours for the Old Dutch Church are offered all year round.