Fort Ontario Ghost Investigation Set Saturday

OSWEGO, NY – Tickets are still available for the Fort Ontario Ghost Investigation scheduled for Saturday, at 7 p.m.

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Got ghosts? Fort Ontario does!

Investigators from Central New York Ghost Hunters (www.gotghosts.org) will search for evidence of paranormal activity with their specialized equipment.

The public is invited to purchase ghost investigation tickets for $30 at the Museum Shop at Fort Ontario.

Participants will accompany Stacey Jones at what is purportedly one of North America’s most haunted historic sites.

Proceeds from the ghost hunt will benefit the Friends of Fort Ontario and their restoration and programming efforts.

To purchase ghost investigation tickets contact Bobbi Elmer at Fort Ontario (315) 343-4711 or visit the Museum Shop during public hours (call first).

Tickets will be available the night of the ghost tour at the fort.

Anyone visiting the fort should wear sensible shoes and clothing and be prepared to negotiate stairs and steep ramps.

Fort Ontario State Historic Site is one of six historic sites and 18 parks in the Central Region administered by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Carol Ash – commissioner.

For more information on NYS Parks, visit www.nysparks.com or Fort Ontario at www.fortontario.com

The fort is located at the north end of East Fourth Street, off Route 104E in the city of Oswego.

For additional information, call Paul Lear at (315) 343-4711.