On this site in the 1700s, during the French and Indian War, a fortified homestead stood on this site. According to local tales, Indians sneaked into the tunnels at night accidentally lighting the ammunition stores with their torches, and they were killed in the explosion. Many kinds of paranormal activity have been witnessed here, from bright lights that rush out at cars, causing accidents, to an apparition called Abigail, known to walk the grounds. Moving or breaking objects, voices, ghosts, eerie feelings, malfunctioning cameras, footsteps, noises, photographic evidence and more have been reported here. The site has been featured on TV’s Haunted History.
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- 123 Old State Road
Little Falls, NY
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- 43.00728332066789, -74.74498450756073
- Montgomery County, New York
- Nearest Towns:
- Saint Johnsville, NY (3.2 mi.)
Little Falls, NY (6.3 mi.)
Dolgeville, NY (6.6 mi.)
Fort Plain, NY (8.1 mi.)
Nelliston, NY (8.3 mi.)
Palatine Bridge, NY (10.9 mi.)
Canajoharie, NY (11.2 mi.)
Herkimer, NY (12.2 mi.)
Mohawk, NY (13.1 mi.)
Ames, NY (13.8 mi.)
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