The Church of St Barnabas - Real Irvington Haunt
The Church of St. Barnabas in Irvington is an Episcopal house of worship dating back to the mid-19th century, built in the Gothic Revival style. It is also alleged to be haunted by the spirit of its founder, John McVickar, as well as a woman who may have been his wife. The female ghost is drawn to the children of pastors who live in the rectory and will often visit them at night; in the year 2000 several workers fled from the church after seeing the apparition of John McVickar.
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