Palmyra Historical Museum

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At this location in 1964, a mother and her six children died in a house fire. The museum is located on top of the site where the house burnt down. The children play around the museum and have been spoken to during ghost hunts. Other paranormal activity includes items falling off the walls, EVPs recorded with different voices from other spirits that roam around the building.

(Submitted by Bonnie H)

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Geographic Information

132 Market St.
Palmyra, NY
United States

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43.0645693, -77.22945920000001
Wayne County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Palmyra, NY (0.2 mi.)
Macedon, NY (3.5 mi.)
Port Gibson, NY (4.2 mi.)
Marion, NY (5.8 mi.)
Manchester, NY (6.5 mi.)
Newark, NY (6.9 mi.)
Shortsville, NY (7.5 mi.)
Clifton Springs, NY (8.4 mi.)
Victor, NY (10.7 mi.)
Fairport, NY (11.0 mi.)


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