Valentown Museum

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This haunted museum was originally a home built by Levi Valentine in 1879. It is believed to be inhabited by spirits who move tools in the basement, play an old-fashioned music box, and show up as apparitions or shadows. EVP have been captured here as well.

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    7370 Valentown Rd
    Victor, NY 14564
    United States

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    43.02554, -77.43592899999999
    Ontario County, New York
    Nearest Towns:
    Victor, NY (3.3 mi.)
    Fairport, NY (5.1 mi.)
    Pittsford, NY (6.0 mi.)
    East Rochester, NY (6.3 mi.)
    Macedon, NY (7.5 mi.)
    Holcomb, NY (8.6 mi.)
    Honeoye Falls, NY (9.3 mi.)
    Brighton, NY (10.2 mi.)
    Palmyra, NY (10.6 mi.)
    Manchester, NY (11.1 mi.)

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    1. I had set up an overnight investigation a couple of years ago, but on the day of the investigation, I called to verify that we were still good to come up (a 2 hour drive) and I was told that the board members had a meeting and decided that they didn’t want “trailer trash spending the night in their museum anymore, so they would no longer offer investigations”. Nice.

    2. I saw first hand on a tour damage done by these so called ghost hunters, they had very little respect for the property. Repairs that were being made as a result of their “investigation” were in progress during the tour. The place isn’t even haunted. It was called a ghost town as in an abandoned town like the old gold rush towns. Besides, it’s private property. The ghost tours were run by a previous board member who was ousted. As for all the killing and b.s. that allegedly went on there, there’s absolutely no substantiation to back it up. Great museum if you like history, great disappointment if your looking for the souls of the dead.

    3. The para-normal television show “Ghost Hunters” featured an episode of Valentown (S2 E16). From what I remember, the whole episode was a waste of time. There were no spooks, and the audio was suspicious and unreliable because interstate highway I-490 is located just 2500 feet away from the property

    4. Back when I was young I. Early 70s my mother took us there . We were in the main room looking at old inventions when I saw a very old thin man carrying a jar of candy across the room into the general store . I asked my mother if I could get a candy stick from the old man and she told me there was no man in that room.She said there was no old man. It seemed very real and clear to me at the time. It was the first time I ever saw a ghost.

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