NY Ghosts Blog


Posted on November 27, 2015

Chumley's Former speakeasy’s ghosts include cantankerous drunks and music-loving firemen. Outside Chumley's, 2012. Image Source: Bowery Boogie This former speakeasy stands out as one of New Yo... Read More

Church of Saint Luke

Posted on November 23, 2015

Church of Saint Luke in the Fields Choir song and Christmas cheer… courtesy of the dead.The Church of St. Luke in the Fields Image Source: Wikipedia If you’ve seen the film Doubt, the ch... Read More

Washington Square National Park

Posted on November 16, 2015

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 o... Read More

Belasco Theater

Posted on November 15, 2015

Belasco Theater Ghost of the 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 ... Read More

Fire Station No. 2

Posted on November 8, 2015

Fire Station No. 2 Past brothel and firehouse’s new celebrity tenant shares building with a ghost.Fire Station No. 2.  Image Source: Ny.curbed.com Greenwich Village certainly has ... Read More

12 Gay Street

Posted on November 3, 2015

12 Gay Street Beautiful townhouse, once a “Pirate’s Den” speakeasy, is among Greenwich’s most haunted buildings.  Welcome to New York City’s iconic Gay Street, a short, twisted Manhatta... Read More

The House of Death

Posted on November 1, 2015

The House of Death – Greenwich Village Unassuming brownstone in the heart of Greenwich hides a dark and scary past. The House of Death, located on 14 West 10th Street. Image Source: Daytoninmanh... Read More

The Old Merchant’s House

Posted on October 26, 2015

Old Merchant’s House Encounter ghosts year-round at New York’s most haunted building.The Old Merchant's House.  Image Source: Built Manhattan Forget Christmas and New Year’s ... Read More