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Local Ghost Hunters Tell Tales Of Hunting Ghosts

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</p>Is the barely visible guest seated in the chair at the center of this 1889 photograph of Harriet Bates' bedroom a spectral visitor or an impatient family member? Norman Bates took this photograph of his Mother's bedroom in the Richardson-Bates House during the summer of 1889.
Is the barely visible guest seated in the chair at the center of this 1889 photograph of Harriet Bates' bedroom a spectral visitor or an impatient family member? Norman Bates took this photograph of his Mother's bedroom in the Richardson-Bates House during the summer of 1889.

The Oswego County Historical Society and the Central New York Ghost Hunters is pleased to announce a special program “Ghosts of Central New York”, which will be presented on Friday, October 17th, at 7:00 PM in the drawing room of the Richardson-Bates House Museum. Caroline Lamie, who is an investigator, along with Stacy Jones and other members of the CNY Ghost Hunters, will present media-based program developed from data collected from local landmarks and homes in central New York where ghost activity has been reported.

Seating for the “Ghosts of Central New York” program is limited, so purchase you tickets early. Admission to the program is $10 per person. Due to the sensitive nature of the collections and furnishings of the program setting only those 13 years of age or older will be admitted. No cameras or video recording will be allowed.

The Richardson-Bates House Museum, operated by the Oswego County Historical Society, is located at 135 East Third Street, Oswego, NY. For Information, or if accessibility is a concern, please call the museum before attending the program at 343-1342.