Cherry Hill - Real Haunts in Albany NY
Cherry Hill is the historic home of five generations of the Van Renseelaer family. It was bequeathed to New York State by Emily Rankin, the last occupant, and opened as a museum in 1964. Visitors have reported seeing an unidentified ghost moving about the grounds. It has been suggested that the haunting could be the result of the famed 1827 Cherry Hill Murder, in which Elsie Lansing and her lover, Jesse Strang, conspired to killer her husband, John Whipple.
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