Want to Investigate a Haunted Hudson Valley Train Station?
It's never too early for haunted fun.
If you were ever interested in paranormal investigation this is an opportunity for you to get hands-on experience. On Thursday August 8th Dutchess Paranormal Investigators and the Hyde Park Train Museum team up to give you a chilling good time.
You will have the chance to investigate the Hyde Park train station. There will be EVP (Electronic voice phenomenon) sessions, ghost hunting equipment and a monitored DVR system.
The Hyde Park train station dates back to 1851, however the original structure was torn down and replaced back in 1914.
Obviously, there is some haunted history behind the train station. According to the Hyde Park Train Museum Facebook page, Lincoln's Funeral Train passed through the Hudson Valley. Some say they have seen the ghost train pass through in the present time.
So hop on aboard the Hyde Park Train Museum paranormal investigation on August 8th. The investigation starts at 6:30pm and will run until 9pm
Tickets are a $10 donation to the train station. More details can be found on the event page on Facebook.
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