Haunted History Trail of New York State Releases 2018 Guide
Statewide paranormal trail encourages visitors to embark on ghostly adventures
Batavia, N.Y. – The Haunted History Trail of New York State has released its 2018 tourism guide, detailing haunted attractions across the state of New York. The guide features over 80 individual attractions – from hotels to restaurants to a haunted asylum – and touches 33 counties within the state. It offers over 400 miles of ghostly adventures.
The 36-page guide details the stops along the trail, niche experiences at each place, and the types of tours and ghost hunts available to visitors year-round. The guide includes a map and index, outlining the geographic reach of the trail and providing specific contact information for each location.
“In our fifth year as a tourism trail, we are looking to provide the visitor with the information they need to book a tour or plan a full haunted vacation,” says Kelly Rapone, trail coordinator and tourism marketing director for the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce. “We took a new approach this year, diving deeper into the stories that surround these locations and really educating the visitor on everything there is to see and do along the Haunted History Trail of New York State.”
From the great spirits invoked by early Native American tribes, to the first Dutch settlers who carefully avoided haunted places, New York has harbored centuries of spooky events that simply can’t be explained. Interest in the eerie has steadily increased with television and movies exploring the ghosts, UFOs, and things beyond the realm of human understanding. All of this awaits you on the Haunted History Trail of New York State as it takes you to the places where human forms come out of the mist and strange lights wink from the dark.
The Haunted History Trail of New York State features attractions from almost every region of New York State. Haunted dining, tours, and overnights are available on the trail, with many of the attractions tying back to New York’s local history. For more information, visit: www.hauntedhistorytrail.com.
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