German Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum - Real Buffalo Haunt
The German-Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum in Buffalo was an expansion of St. Mary’s Church which was built between 1874 and 1875. Additional buildings were raised over the next few decades, and one had to be repaired after a fire broke out in 1919. Another fire destroyed the main building in 1956 and the orphanage closed a year later. The complex was closed some years later, and has been abandoned ever since. Locals say that the religious campus is quite haunted, with unexplained noises such as the sound of running water being heard. Colorful floating orbs have also popped up in photos taken of the area.
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trying to find info about my grandfather
he was at this orphage as a child. for about 5 years 1910 to 1915? trying to find recordsPosted 11/27/20
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