The Spirit Level: Selections from the Shadowlands Haunted Places Index Website

Written by Andrey Slivka on . Posted in Miscellaneous, Posts.


From the
Shadowlands Haunted Places Index website (www.sjgr.org/haunted-places/newyork.htm),
New York state section:


–"New
York City–Bay Ridge Apartments–Haunted by numerous spirits."


–"New
York City–Clinton Street Brownstone–Haunted by a young girl who died
there."


–"New
York City–Hotel Des Artistes–This ghost likes to touch people."


–"Manhattan–Brittany
Hotel–Corner of East 10th and Broadway, Phantom music and lights, people
hearing unknown footsteps in the rooms and feeling presences ‘watching’
them."


–"Astoria,
Queens–American Museum of the Moving Image–Footsteps following you
at night in the office area. A deep voice heard for a man in the hallway. People
heard talking from the vents when no one else was in the building. A black woman,
in a white dress seen sitting at the desk in the entrance lobby."


–"Staten
Island–St. Augustine Monastery–During the 1800s, St. Augustine was
a holding ground for nuns, priests, and monks in training. One of the monks
in training was said to have gone crazy. The Brother went about and killed everyone
who resided in St. Augustine Monastery. To this day, it [is] said that the restless
spirit of the Brother still roams the halls."


–"Bronx–Approx.
west of the I95 highway there is an empty lot behind some houses that are now
built on Baisley Ave. In among the trees at night u can sometimes see the little
girl that was murdered there over 70 years ago and she was thrown in the swamps
alive."


–"Staten
Island–College of Staten Island–The college radio station (WSIA) has
had reports of equipment running on its own and lights going on and off, there
have even been sightings of figures standing in rooms alone."


–"Bronx–Old
Candy Store on 32nd street–Rare sightings have been a common thing here.
Two ghosts here are still haunting this store and still have for at least 36
years. A father who worked here was shot and murdered by a robber. They seem
to hear a weird voice here although no one has seen anything or anyone. The
second is the ghost of the father’s son. He was also shot and killed a
few days later. He was crawling and trying to get help, but he died soon after.
Bloodstains and marking have been seen on the sidewalk near the store. To this
day, the ghost don’t bother anyone in the store, although the father’s
ghost is STILL looking for the murderer."


–"Bayside,
Queens–Fort Totten–150-year-old military base also an old Indian burial
ground (under soccer field). Many areas are haunted. In mid-May ’00, one
guard was dozing in his patrol car at night when he heard a knock on the window.
He opened his eyes to see 2 men, one on either side of the car, pointing at
him & laughing. He could see right thru them. This guard (an ex-marine)
never believed in ghosts & taunted the others who did. The other guards
wouldn’t go to that area at night & warned him that it was haunted,
but he didn’t believe them then."


–"Brooklyn–Highland
Park–Ghostly apparitions of a woman and her child have been seen and have
caused many auto accidents."


–"Staten
Island–Fort Wadsworth–The ghosts here play games with your eyes. Sights
of a mysterious soldier ghost walking through walls and moving cars, also some
people have reported blacking out and having flashbacks–one woman reported
flashing back into a war time and seeing [through] the eyes of a nurse with
black curly hair she saw people hurt and dying in a room she looked out the
window to see more and a soldier grabbed her arm and turned her around screamed
in her face to get down and take cover, the room exploded and she snapped back
to reality. Also as people look [at] empty fields, blink and see dead soldiers
and blood, look away and look back to see an empty field…"


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