The city of dreams, the city that never sleeps, the city with streets paved with opportunities… for many of us, New York represents a glittering place where absolutely anything is possible. Yet for all its glamour and sparkle, there are dark secrets lurking within its shadows, and history has done little to wash away the blood that once soaked New York’s prosperous streets.
They say the population of New York City reaches nearly 8.5 million people. Does that count the haunted souls whose ghosts still roam the streets?
“Beautiful Suicide” photograph of Evelyn McHale
Haunted Greenwich Village: Bohemian Banshee, Spooky Sites and Gonzalez Ghost Walks by Tom Ogden, published by Globe Pequot Press, 2012
“Gang of Ghosts Ready to Rumble” by William Grimes, New York Times article, published October 29, 1993
“Terror on 10th Street” by Tim Donnelly, New York Post article, October 28, 2012
Spindrift: Spray from a Psychic Sea by Jan Bryant Bartell
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