Every year around Halloween the ghosts of the New York Capitol Building are put on display for all to see...or actually just hear about. As far as I know, nobody has actually seen one of the ghosts on a haunted tour of the New York Capitol.
This time of year everyone loves a good ghost story. So, here's a unique one from Lake Placid that is based on the true story of a woman disappearing in the lake in 1933, and her amazingly preserved body recovered by divers 30 years later.
Legend has it boaters, hiker and campers have seen the ghost of Mabel Smith Douglass hovering over Pulpit Rock. The ghost story is kind of creepy, but the real story and the discovery of her body 30 years later is even more bizarre.
Ghost came back to the Capital Region to set the tone for Halloween week with live music.
The heavenly hellish rock band brought their "Ultimate Tour Named Death" tour to the Cool Insuring Arena in Glens Falls on Saturday. It was actually the last stop of their North American tour, but the band didn't show any signs of being tired or worn out...