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Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Haunted Buffalo: Iron Island Museum

Buffalo's Iron Island Museum is said to be the place where sceptics become believers.  A host of paranormal activity has been documented at this location in recent years. Cold spots, the sounds of footsteps and voices, objects moving and strange shadows are some of the witnessed oddities happening within its walls.  

The building was built in the late 1800's and was an Episcopal church for years before becoming a funeral parlour in 1958 up until 2000;  when, The Iron Island Preservation Society of Lovejoy then acquired it. Shortly after taking ownership they made a number of startling discoveries. Most disturbing was the discovery of over 20 boxes of cremated human remains in a storage closet. Relics and antiques from the World War era were also found.

In recent past, the crews from Ghost Hunters and Ghost Lab have investigated the building; both capturing strong evidence to support reports of the paranormal activity. Teams of paranormal investigators continue to come to the museum with hopes of documenting their own veritable evidence.

An upcoming event, which I am most excited for, will be next weekend on October 18 & 19. Brian J. Cano (Haunted Collector) and Chris Mancuso (SCARED!) are going to be in town and invite the public to join them on a paranormal investigation.

There are a number of tickets remaining for both nights. Be sure to get in on this awesome event! All proceeds go to the museum.

For tickets, please go to http://www.ironislandmuseum.com/

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