Haunted History Trail of New York State Launches New Website

Oct 12, 2017

The Haunted History Trail of New York State is excited to announce the launch of their new-and-improved website – www.hauntedhistorytrail.com.

65 ghostly locations spread over 33 counties and 400 years of history is what makes up this state-wide, nationally-recognized trail. The haunted trail provides one- stop shopping for ghost tours, ghost hunts, haunted inns and restaurants as well as state-wide ghostly events.

The new website provides users tools to create and customize their own trip, navigating through some of New York State's most haunted locations, all while providing extensive information on each unique place. Additional trip planning materials can also be requested from both the trail itself, as well as the related counties.

The trail was created by the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce in 2013 and has since grown to include more than half of New York State's counties.It is the only state-wide paranormal tourism trail in the country.

The new site was designed and developed by Corporate Communications located in Rochester, NY and has been elevated from the previous version by showcasing over 3,000 high quality trail location photos taken by professional photographer Steve Shoemaker of Amityphotos.com.

Support provided by Empire State Development's I LOVE NEW YORK program under the Market NY initiative.

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About the Haunted History Trail of New York State

The 400+ mile long trail is a collection of 65+ locations across the state which provides visitors with a glimpse into the paranormal world. Some locations provide guided tours of their haunted history, some will allow groups and individuals to “investigate" the hauntings, while other locations are haunted inns, mansions, and hotels where visitors can stay overnight. The trail includes ghostly seasonal events, UFO-watching, and locations that are considered “creepy." Visitors can discover the trail online, either by regions of the state or by the type of experience they would like to explore. For more information, please visit www.hauntedhistorytrail.com.