Fort Stanwix - Real Rome Haunt
- 100 N James St
- Rome, NY
Built in 1758, Fort Stanwix sits on what was a vital travel route for Native Americans and European settlers. Today it is a museum, open to the public, and rumored to be haunted. Visitors have seen apparitions and objects moving of their own accord; doorknobs have turned, doors open and close, and lights flicker on and off. There have also been reports of disembodied footsteps, a woman crying, phantom drums, and at times alarms will go off for no reason. Among the ghosts most commonly seen are soldiers, a little boy, and a one-legged man sitting on a bed in the barracks.
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