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Edgewood State Hospital - Deer Park NY Real Haunted Place

  • Commack Road
  • Deer Park, NY
  • 631-444-0200
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Now known as Edgewood Oak Brush Plains Preserve, this was formerly the place of Edgewood State Hospital, a psychiatric center. It served the public and World War II soldiers. While the grounds now include a mostly demolished buildings, spirits are believed to haunt the grounds. Tragic events occurred here, including a 19-year-old boy who died falling down a 50-foot shaft while exploring the still-standing power plant. Many believe those to died here and worked her haunt the grounds. Incidences have included sounds of screams in the empty forest, misty figures that would appear and vanish, and the burst of cold wind that would blow at you if you stand in the spot of what was once Building 102, the tallest constructed building on the campus.
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