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St. Mark’s Church

St. Mark’s Church

St. Mark’s Church Deceased founder still startling visitors at LES house of worship. Image Source: Off the Grid What has been deemed the “most haunted church”1 in New York City is certainly worth a visit. As the second oldest church in Manhattan, St. Mark’s Church (in... read more
The Bowery Hotel

The Bowery Hotel

The Bowery Hotel Celebrities, rock bands and poltergeists – LES hotel is chock full of stars and spooks. Image Source: Booking.com This swanky Lower East Side hotel may be known for its style and celebrity fans, but it allegedly also has a much darker side. According... read more
The Algonquin Hotel

The Algonquin Hotel

The Algonquin Hotel Spirits of creative elite still patron Midtown luxury hotel. Image Source: Daytonian in Manhattan In 2012, the travel website, Oyster, named The Algonquin Hotel as the Best Haunted Hotel1, and rightfully so. The famed hotel opened in 1902 and has... read more
The Dakota

The Dakota

The Dakota Lennon lives on in haunted luxury apartment building. Image Source: Wikipedia Living in Manhattan has never been more expensive. Now rents in areas such as Soho/Tribeca, The West Village and Chelsea have always been notoriously high. But recently, prices in... read more
The Waverly Inn

The Waverly Inn

The Waverly Inn West Village dining institution is a favorite haunt for celebs and spirits. Image Source: In NYC Welcome to The Waverly Inn, one of the few places in New York where you can rub shoulders with both the famous and the dead. This West Village dining... read more
Brown Building

Brown Building

Brown Building / Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Ghosts and phantom flames – remnants of terrible fire at NYU building. Image Source: Cornell University The fashion industry has long been criticized for its use and mistreatment of garment workers. Besides being paid well... read more
One If by Land, Two If by Sea

One If by Land, Two If by Sea

One If by Land, Two If by Sea Ghosts are livelier than the music at romantic West Village restaurant. Image Source: 1000thingsNYC.com One If by Land, Two If by Sea is an elegant restaurant located in the heart of the West Village, long “recognized for its classic menu... read more
Chumley’s

Chumley’s

Chumley’s Former speakeasy’s ghosts include cantankerous drunks and music-loving firemen. Image Source: Bowery Boogie This former speakeasy stands out as one of New York City’s most interesting haunted locations. During the mid-1900s, Chumley’s (located on... read more
Church of Saint Luke

Church of Saint Luke

Church of Saint Luke in the Fields Choir song and Christmas cheer… courtesy of the dead. Image Source: Wikipedia If you’ve seen the film Doubt, the church on 487 Hudson Street might look quite familiar to you. The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields was used1 to shoot... read more
Washington Square National Park

Washington Square National Park

Washington Square National Park Relax with ghosts at city landmark. By day, Washington Square National Park is a hub of both leisure and commercial activities. Though small in size, the park “is one of New York’s most densely-used green spaces.”1 Locals can be seen... read more
Belasco Theater

Belasco Theater

Belasco Theater Ghost of eccentric founder is still pinching bottoms and shaking hands at Broadway jewel. No visit to New York is complete without a trip to Broadway. Today, the famous stretch of street that runs from 41st to 53rd (between Sixth Avenue and Ninth... read more
Fire Station No. 2

Fire Station No. 2

Fire Station No. 2 Past brothel and firehouse’s new celebrity tenant shares building with a ghost. Image Source: Ny.curbed.com Greenwich Village certainly has its fair share of haunted places. But only one was both haunted and beautiful enough to catch the eye of... read more