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Prospect Hill Cemetery - Real Gloversville Haunt

   
  • East Fulton Street
  • Gloversville, NY
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A ghostly woman in white is reported to haunt the Prospect Hill Cemetery. In July of 1874 the woman was seen walking from the cemetery toward a nearby marble-cutting shop. Frightened by the apparition, the shop’s occupants ran out of the back of the building, but the lady in white appeared before them, asking where her children were. One man pulled out his gun and shot the ghost, to no effect; the crowd then followed the ghost back to the cemetery where she vanished. The ghost made another appearance on the following night.
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  • Wrong photo of sign for Cemetery

    Sign is not correct and also from what I've been finding out this is false true Gloversville's Prospect Hill Cemetery may be haunted but this particular story is untrue. I know because I live in Gloversville, N.Y.

    Posted 11/1/16

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