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Rochester, New York is Haunted by Ghosts
For Halloween This Year, I'm Going To Be....
... Hip deep in Ghosts!
Rochester (formerly Rochesterville) has been known, if you believe in the local and national legends, to be populated with the spirits of Ghosts. Our most famous inhabitant from the other side is our very own "Lady in White".
The Lady in White
Although many other cities have a Lady in White haunting around, Rochester is the most famous as documented by the movie by the same title released in 1988 by Frank LaLoggia. This ghost reportedly haunts Durand Eastman Park. Also known to haunt the remains of a long gone eatery or hotel, depending on your resource, and now is referred to as her castle.
See the RocWiki links below for more about our famous ghost.
Here's the Trailer for "The Lady in White". A little campy but it is from 1988
More about Rochester's Lady in White
3 of these links are courtesy of RocWiki - Rochester's version of WikiPedia.
- Lady In White - Rochester Wiki
The Lady In White (aka White Lady) is a well-known haunting in local lore. Many variations regarding the specifics of her story exist. The central theme is the soul of a grieving m..
- Durand-Eastman Park - Rochester Wiki
Durand-Eastman park operated by Monroe County and located on the shore of Lake Ontario in the northernmost section of the City of Rochester...
- Rochester Candlelight Ghost Walks - Rochester Wiki
Rochester Candlelight Ghost Walks and Rochester Murder Mystery are a "creepy, informative Halloween alternative for families" 1. They offer ghostly fun for the whole family - whether you want a good scare...
- White Lady: From Ghost Stories at Americanfolklore.net
THE place for Spooky Series, Tall Tales, Myths & Legends, Ghost Stories, U.S. Folklore and more
What's your opinion about the possible presence of Ghosts? - Lets us know if the spirits move you.
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Mount Hope Cemetery - In the southeast city limits of Rochester, NY.
Mount Hope Cemetery, completed in 1838, is the first municipal rural cemetery in the United States. It also has the distinction of being the oldest Victorian municipal cemetery in the U.S.
Final resting place of many famous Americans, including civil rights leaders Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass, as well as many founders of Rochester-based world renowned businesses such as Xerox, Eastman Kodak, and Bausch & Lomb.
Haunted Rochester: The Supernatural History of the Lower Genesee
Avenging specters, demon-tortured roads, holy miracles, weird psychic events, prehistoric power sites, ancient curses, Native American shamans, active battlefields, ghost ships, black dogs, haunted monuments and the phantoms of Rochester's famous all are part of the legacy of Rochester and the lower Genesee... Click to read more
"Very interesting and informative. It answers many questions about the local history and our traditions. Being over 60, I can remember many areas referenced but are now gone. I recommend this to anyone interested in Rochester's history."
Fear at Frontier... - Field in Rochester, that is.
In 2005 Rochester Paranormal officially certified Frontier Field as haunted which was broadcasted that Halloween globally through ESPN Sport Center on cable...
or maybe not.
Trying to catch Rochester's Ghosts...
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