Old Ulster County Jail - Real Haunted Place
Despite its name, the Old Ulster County Jail isn’t actually particularly ancient. Built in 1971, the facility was used for a few decades before a new jail was opened in 2007. The Old Jail was abandoned, and since then rumors of ghostly activity have swirled. Visitors have heard disembodied footsteps as well as strange voices having conversations, and there are reports of cell doors opening and closing on their own. Several inmates were allegedly murdered within the jail while it was still open, which could explain why it is now haunted.
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