Parkhurt House - Nye Manor

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Parkhurt House – Nye Manor is a circa-1820 stone house constructed for Army major Jabez Parkhurst, one of the six confirmed folks to pass away inside the home. Witnesses claim the place is haunted by some of the spirits who linger here, as evidenced by multiple flashlights going dead at the same time, disembodied voices, footsteps, doors that close by themselves, and lights that were in use when the place had no occupants and no electricity.

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Geographic Information

Address:
54 Covington St
Fort Covington, NY
United States

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GPS:
44.99151699999999, -74.49272300000001
County:
Franklin County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Brushton, NY (11.2 mi.)
Malone, NY (13.8 mi.)
Burke, NY (16.9 mi.)
Brasher Falls, NY (18.7 mi.)
Winthrop, NY (19.8 mi.)
Massena, NY (20.0 mi.)
Chateaugay, NY (20.7 mi.)
Saint Regis Falls, NY (22.1 mi.)
Norfolk, NY (27.7 mi.)
Parishville, NY (29.6 mi.)

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