I have been on a historical walking tour of Boston, MA, and I’ve seen Fort Ticonderoga during one of its scary Halloween night tours, but I never knew something like a mix of both was much closer! Borderless North has featured the and let me in on the existence of this group in Plattsburgh, NY. Those interested in history and those who wanting to have a more chilling experience learning about it should check out these tours.
“Sinister science experiments, a raging inferno and ghostly apparitions are just a few of the oddities examined on a tour with the Greater Adirondack Ghost and Tour Company.
An eighth generation Plattsburgh native, Matt Boire, the company’s owner, enjoys sharing little known tales of the city’s past. During the month of October, Matt’s stories take a turn toward the macabre and spooky.” (Borderless North)
The Greater Adirondack Ghost and Tour Company brings their guests on guided walking tours of historic Plattsburgh, New York. You can stand on the spot where history occurred! They have several different tours that are “tailored to encompass a broad array of interests so there’s fun for everyone!” (Ghost Tour Directory)
“Travel into the past with us as we follow in the footsteps of British and American soldiers and hear fascinating and haunting accounts from the pivotal 1814 Battle of Plattsburgh, see our beautiful local architecture as we walk amongst the mansions of “The Point” historic district, or stand in the same places as 5 U.S Presidents with our walking tour of Plattsburgh Barracks, once the oldest operational military post in the United States.” (Ghost Tour Directory)
Check out the company’s Facebook page to learn more and maybe attend a tour yourself!
If you’re interested in these events see what other ghost tours operating throughout New York.