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Main Street Armory - Real Rochester Haunt

  • 900 E Main Street
  • Rochester, NY
  • 585-232-3221
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Real Haunted Army Posts / Battle Grounds
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Rochester’s Main Street Armory was built in 1905 as a headquarters for western New York’s 3rd Battalion. It later became an events center and, after years of abandonment was restored in 2006 to again hold concerts and other live performances. In recent years witnesses have begun reporting strange occurrences in the old armory, including objects moving on their own and apparitions manifesting before their eyes. Some suggest that the building is haunted by a ghost boy.
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