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Promoting History: Halcyon Hall, Millbrook, NY

"Hey Tri-City what are some of your best investigations?"
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Promoting History: Halcyon Hall, Millbrook, NY

"Good job! We need more people like you. A big thank you!"
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Promoting History: Halcyon Hall, Millbrook, NY

"@Tri-City: You might want to contact Jodi. You can read her post, a call for submissions, she was interested in paranormal stories from particular areas in up-state NY. And thank you for trying to preserve our old buildings."
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Promoting History: Halcyon Hall, Millbrook, NY

"The place is not known to be haunted, as no one can enter the premises to even conduct an investigation. The building, like many "scary" or "haunted" looking locations, gets its photo passed around with zero history or fact…"
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Promoting History: Halcyon Hall, Millbrook, NY

"She is promoting history. Too bad the place isn't haunted, We could watch 2 events going on."
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Promoting History: Halcyon Hall, Millbrook, NY

"Wondering minds want to know!"
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Promoting History: Halcyon Hall, Millbrook, NY

"So is the place haunted or just old?"
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Promoting History: Halcyon Hall, Millbrook, NY

"Hi Tri-City, did Jodi write you and inquire about ghost stories? You can find her here."
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Paranormal Evidence Reveal at the Shaker Heritage Society at Shaker Heritage Society

May 17, 2014 from 5pm to 8pm
Between January and March of 2014, Tri-City NYPS was the first and only paranormal team to investigate the Shaker Heritage Society. 9 investigations, hundreds of hours of audio and video, and thousands of photos later, we're ready to reveal the astounding evidence of the supernatural to the public! Join us on May 17th in the 1848 Meeting Hall of the country's first Shaker Settlement site in Colonie, NY.  All the best of the best evidence will be presented to the public.Only a $5.00 suggested…See More
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Promoting History: Halcyon Hall, Millbrook, NY

Originally a hotel for only a few short years, this infamous building has had its forlorn photo passed around social media with negligible historic fact with...
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Open mindedness or just plain naive? You decide.

Posted on October 18, 2012 at 1:29pm 4 Comments

By Gary Robusto, Tri-City NYPS Founder

  As a paranormal researcher for 18 yrs now, I have seen, experienced and witnessed a lot of different things in our field. After all, we are investigators of events, witness claims, other investigators' claims, outside contacts & clients and most of all the countless hours of data collected from each case that we do. It's our job and responsibility to keep an open, unbiased mindset in all the work that we do.  As a person that conducts…

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I like people who shake other people up and make them feel uncomfortable. -Jim Morrison

Posted on September 12, 2012 at 8:27am 3 Comments

By Amy Bennett, Tri-City NYPS Lead Investigator

   We grow up thinking that everything there is to know, is known.  Everything is the way it is; it will forever remain that way.  This is so limiting.  In fact, it is so limiting that it is destructive, yet we're teaching this understanding to each other so subtly and almost 'undercover'.  We are so accustomed to knowing and taking in what we're taught with such adamancy of fact, that we hardly ever even think to question any of…

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Because I Heard it was Haunted

Posted on September 4, 2012 at 8:51am 1 Comment

By Amy Bennett, Tri-City NYPS Lead Investigator

There is one saying that acts as a common justification for trespassing into all sorts of abandoned and/or derelict structures, outdoor properties, and anywhere else that the saying can apply:  "...because I heard it was haunted."  Not only does it justify trespassing, it justifies complete disregard for the memory of the deceased and the preservation of history.

 

That statement alone has allowed so many people to feel…

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We captured an EVP of "Anna" on our recorder

Posted on August 27, 2012 at 9:43am 3 Comments

   By Gary Robusto, Tri-City NYPS Founder & Group Leader

   As human beings, we always need to have some sort of understanding in everything that we do, see, hear and witness. We try to always put a name with a face, recognize someones voice and always try to wrap our brains around things that happen to us. That's how we function in everyday life. It's like seeing someone you know you've seen before and then rattling your brain to remember how you know that person, even…

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At 3:27am on August 10, 2012, Donna Horowitz said…

What was your most memorable investigation?

At 9:33am on August 10, 2012, Tri-City NY Paranormal Society said…

We just took a trip to Rolling Hills Asylum in East Bethany, NY with our para-pals South Glens Falls Paranormal.  We had a very interesting time concerning the activity of massive storms and alleged activity. We're still actually going over all the analysis but it's proving to be somewhat stunning.  We LOVE history as a group and that location is fantastic for authenticity including personal affects and architecture.

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My job takes me around the world. I have personally experienced paranormal entities that harassed, pestered and terrified me. I have learned to accept these hauntings to make my life easier, but it's still unsettling. I wish it was only a figment of…See More
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