Guide Jamie Owens points out a possible ghost of the East Village in front of St. Mark's Church in the Bowery.
Guide Jamie Owens talks about Peter Stuyvesant as a ghost in front of his bust in St. Mark's Church in the Bowery in the East Village Walk.
Guide Jamie Owens talks about ghosts of the East Village in front of St. Mark's Church in the Bowery.
Guide Jamie Owens channeling the ghost of Peter Stuyvesant in front of his bust in St. Mark's Church in the Bowery in the East Village Walk.
Guide Jamie Owens in front of the bell of St. Mark's Church in the Bowery in the East Village Walk.
St. Mark's Church in the Bowery is full of ghostly spirits in the East Village Ghost Walk. Not only is St. Mark's Church a place for the engaged to exchange wedding vows and tungsten wedding bands, it is a place of paranormal liveliness. The church is abundant with ghostly spirits waiting to be seen and heard.
Guide Jamie Owens talks about Harry Houdini at McSorley's Old Ale House.
Guide Jamie Owens inside Cooper Union during the East Village Ghost Walk.
The Merchant House Museum has a whole family of very tragic ghosts in the East Village.
Guide Matt Baker pointing at the bust of Peter Stuyvesant in St. Mark's Church in the Bowery in the East Village Ghost Walk.
Guide Matt Baker explaining about a poltergeist at 21 Stuyvesant Street during the East Village Ghost Walk.
Several Ghosts haunt at the Public Theater -- former Astor Library--in the East Village Ghost Walk.
City Hall Park City Hall has ghosts as colorless as the bureaucrats
City Hall Park Dr. Phil checking out the ghosts on the Brooklyn Bridge
City Hall Park Political Boss Bill Tweed haunts the former New York County Courthouse now renamed Tweed Education Building
City Hall Park The Spirits of St. Paul's Church can once more see the Hudson River since 9/11
East Village Austin Sands, Washington, and Joe Papp have haunted the Astor Library
East Village Dr. Phil calls upon Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), at 14 West 10th Street
East Village Dr. Phil communes with the spirit of Peter Stuyvesant at St. Mark's Church in the Bowery
East Village Dr. Phil in front of St. Mark's Church in the Bowery
East Village Dr. Phil toasts Edgar Allan Poe in the cellar of Il Buco Restaurant, 47 Bond Street
East Village Dr. Phil waiting to meet Harry Houdini at McSorley's Old Ale House
East Village Harry Houdini's handcuffs at McSorley's Old Ale House
East Village If you see a cat in the window at McSorley's Old Ale House, you know Harry Houdini is present as a haunt
East Village Peter Stuyvesant, NYC's oldest ghost, is quite active at the family mausoleum at St. Mark's Church in the Bowery
East Village The Merchant House boasts the five Tredwell sisters as ghosts who haunt separately, not in tandem
East Village Washington Irving Haunts the Colonnade, the first apartment built for the very wealthy of New York City
Financial District Dr. Phil decides to spend some quality time with George Washington at the Federal Hall National Memorial
Financial District Dr. Phil listens to the ghostly complaints of Alexander Hamilton in Trinity Churchyard
Financial District Dr. Phil hangs out with Robert Fulton, the inventor of the steam boat, in Trinity Churchyard
Financial District Aaron Burr hangs out at the American Merchant Marine Memorial awaiting the arrival of his daughter Theodosia at Battery Park
Financial District Trinity Church is the center of much ghostly activity in the neighborhood.
Grand Central Even ghosts ask for help at the Grand Central Information Booth
Grand Central Ghosts are among the commuters of Grand Central Terminal Station
Grand Central The Lincoln Death train comes through upon the anniversary of Lincoln's assassination
Greenwich Village Dr. Phil calls upon Edgar Allan Poe at 85 West Third Street
Greenwich Village Dr. Phil calling upon Mr. Poe at 85 West 3rd Street
Greenwich Village Dr. Phil deciding to join Harry Houdini for a drink at McSorley's Old Ale House
Greenwich Village Dr. Phil looking for Fala, the dog of FDR, in Washington Square Park
Greenwich Village Dr. Phil trying to crash the New Year's Eve Party of Marcel Duchamp at the Washington Square Arch
Greenwich Village Edgar Allan Poe read in public for the first time at the literary salon of Charlotte Lynch at 116 Waverly Place
Times Square David Belasco could never retire from the theater that he named after himself!
Times Square Dr. Phil at Times Square
Times Square Dr. Phil visiting the spectres of the Algonquin Round Table
Times Square Dr. Phil with George M. Cohan at Times Square
Times Square George M. Cohan stills dances a jig occasionally in the company of Jimmy Walker
Times Square Judy Garland still likes to play the Palace
Times Square When you smell smoke or see a hat, you know Bob Fosse is present at the Richard Rodgers Theater
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