Take a trip to Fort Ontario in Oswego, NY to learn about its rich history and the battles that have taken place there since the 1700s.
Rider's Inn in Painesville is not just a haunted hotel in Ohio, but with over 200 years of history, it was also a stop on the Underground Railroad and a speakeasy during the Prohibition.
Spend your next Halloween at Baggs Square Brewing Company in Utica. Why? They celebrate with a tour of haunted locations in downtown Utica followed by a 5-course gourmet dinner paired with their house beers. It exceeded every expectation I had…
Located in an 1800s house in North Creek, Barkeater Chocolates is said to be haunted by several spirits. Next time you're driving through the Adirondacks, make a stop at Barkeater to sample some chocolate... and say hello to the ghosts.
Unexplained voices. Shadowy figures. Unusual sounds. Is it the fugitive slaves? Soldiers? WWII refugees? Find out at these haunted places in Oswego, New York.