Dating back to 1868 for the construction of the main church, and then in 1869 for the grand bell tower, it was not until 1927 that the church was fully complete. During the 1869 beginning construction of the bell…
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A former owner of this house was the captain of a sea-faring vessel that was credited with sinking a pirate's ship. A year after this battle, the captain disappeared. The house has changed ownership several times since then, mainly due to the hauntings the house possessed. In 1993, which was exactly 200 years after the disappearance of the captain, the son of the house awoke to get a drink. In the hallway, he encountered a scrawny pirate with four pistols dueling with the sea captain. In the
This residential building, now owned by the government, was once an orphanage. In order to escape alive when a fire struck, the manager of the house abandoned all of the children inside; no children survived the inferno. To this day, sounds of children playing on the stairs, and then screams announcing "Fire! Fire," have been heard.
In 1911, a man and his fiancee lived in this house. On the night before their wedding, the two got into a fight and the woman was pushed down the stairs; she died. The man then buried his would-be-bride behind the house. It is said that if one passes her grave, he will sometimes see the woman in a white grown floating around the area.
Lights that race across the sky and grow and shrink in size appear almost every clear night. Legend has it that the lights are actually souls of braves that were killed while hunting.
Located on the famously haunted Staten Island in New York, the Moravian Cemetery is â??one of Americaâ??s most beautiful burial parks.â? It covers over one hundred acres, and is the property of the Moravian Church of Staten Island. Valleys, lakes, stunning architecture, and beautiful gardening give the place a serene, peaceful feelâ?¦until you stop by the Vanderbilt tomb.
If a car is parked on a bridge located inside this park, turn the ignition off, and wait for a few minutes, an old woman in a white dress will appear. She will wave her hand for you to follow her into the woods. No documented account has been made of anyone ever following her.