Uncovering Little Known Mysterious And Intriguing Places Around NYC

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Tourists are always intrigued to find out something mysterious and exciting about the place that they are visiting. And, they are always regaled with some interesting tales that are told by locals there. NYC is one such place that never fails to catch the fancy of the visitors. They are always interested in knowing about the rich and dramatic history of NYC. And, in this regard, there are a number of places in NYC that are considered haunted by the locals. Of course, there are some attention-grabbing anecdotes associated with the places. Some of these places are included here.

NYU’s Brittany Hall

NYU’s Brittany Hall in Greenwich Village has always been a haunted place. The staff members, workers, and students have experienced something strange happening to them every now and then. For instance, the knock on the door at night, sudden flickering of light, and some mystifying sounds coming from the ceiling- all these things are quite common here. Moreover, there is always a feeling that one is being watched by others all the time.

One If By Land, Two If By Sea

This unmistakable spot in West Village has earned a niche for itself for providing such quality food to the visitors. However, visitors have always experienced something peculiar and inexplicable about this spot. Thankfully, they have always been engrossed with the mouth-watering dishes on offer; otherwise, they would have ended thinking about various strange things, like someone pulling off their earrings, along with the tales of the staff members who continuously complain of being taunted by something mysterious. The place was once owned by Aaron Burr, and his chequered past could certainly explain why people experience such strange things here. Well, the place is still exciting to visit for the daring people who love to embark upon daring and exciting adventures.

The Astor Room

The Astor Room in Astoria is a commissary that saw its inception in 1920. Hollywood film stars like Mary Pickford, Rudolph Valentino, W.C. Fields, etc. have always loved this cafeteria. However, along with other celebrities, they are also witness to some strange things happening here in the Astor Room. They won’t ever deny seeing a woman that has vintage cigarette holder in her hand and is roaming in the ladies’ bathroom. However, she disappears as soon as she is spotted. Also, there is another woman who is beautifully dressed in some historical clothing. She is also seen around the staircase. But, in reality, there is no woman here who behaves like this. So, famous spots of Hollywood film stars too are intriguing to explore if one wants to learn something more about this mystical world.

White House Tavern

This bar in West Village was very much liked by famous writers and artists including Jack Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, and Allen Ginsberg, to name a few. Locals always tell the visitors how Jack would drink uncontrollably there, and how he was to be driven out of the bar. Moreover, the authorities would write “Go Home Jack” on the walls near the urinals, so that Jack could somehow be persuaded to go home. To this day, one could see fresh signs of “Go Home Jack” being scribbled there. And, there is a consensus that these are written by some ghost.

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