Old General Electric Building

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Maintenance workers in the now empty building that once house General Electric on Broad Street swear the place is haunted. Some have seen shadow figures and felt cold spots.

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1001 Broad St
Utica, NY 13501
United States

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43.0974804, -75.206569
Oneida County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Utica, NY (1.3 mi.)
Yorkville, NY (3.4 mi.)
New York Mills, NY (4.3 mi.)
New Hartford, NY (4.4 mi.)
Whitesboro, NY (4.6 mi.)
Washington Mills, NY (4.7 mi.)
Chadwicks, NY (5.8 mi.)
Oriskany, NY (7.6 mi.)
Frankfort, NY (8.0 mi.)
Clayville, NY (8.4 mi.)


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  1. Me and my sister were standing by the most haunted staircase that is now overgrown with weeds. We heard it was haunted and decided to check it out. We stood there for about 5 minutes when my sister said, “just show me something!” All of a sudden water started rushing out of the ground. There was no pipe or any other water source. We waited until the water stopped and in an instant the water was sucked up into the ground. We checked the ground and it was completely dry.

  2. The far end basement I was renting as a garage . From the moment you’d walk in it felt odd like you weren’t wanted. I had air compressor hoses pop off the line nearly impossible to happen once let alone multiple times. But the last time I ever worked there late at night by myself I was hearing something like scuffing feet for about 20 minutes. I grabbed a flashlight and went to the other End of the shop that had no power and an underground tunnel that connects all the buildings down broad st . After I investigated and found nothing I was walking back to my side of the garage and something caught out of the corner of my eye. I turned and shined the light near the tunnel and to this day it still I can still see the man walking into the tunnel. . I shut down the shop and got the hell out of there. The next day I went in to pick up a few things after dinner and had my girlfriend with me who hadn’t known about the previous nights excitement . While getting some tools together she asked me if someone else was down there because she could’ve sworn she saw a guy walk past on the other end. Called the guy I rented from the next day got all my stuff and never went back

    • Are you sure you’re talking about the same building? My dad is the facilities foreman for the building and he said he doesn’t remember you.

  3. The old G.E. building? My grandmother use to live in the apartment right across the street. I remeber back when it was still in operation. My mother use to work there.

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