Christ Episcopal Church - Real Poughkeepsie Haunt
The Christ Episcopal Church dates back to 1888 and has ties to previous church buildings from as far back as the mid 18th century. It is said to be haunted by several ghosts, including a disembodied face which floats in the air and laughs joyfully. Another spirit is that of an older female parishioner dressed in Sunday clothes who often sits on a pew halfway back. There is a third ghost that takes the form of a bat which causes the candles to go out and then vanishes. Reverend Alexander Cummings’ spirit has been seen on the bell tower and will on occasion step around the altar.
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