JFK 100: Why the CIA Killed JFK:
West Seneca Public Library, 1300 Union Road, Monday, May 22,
Booksigning to follow.
Paranormal Walks 2016
Ghosts, folklore, UFOs, curses, historical mysteries, miracles, strange creatures, vampires, conspiracies, legends,
demons, angels, and secret societies
Masonic secrets, Iroquois legends, Civil War era ghosts, and haunted theaters are just some of the mysteries of this old Erie Canal village, truly one of the hidden gems in all of Western New York.
All Wednesdays, October 5 through October 26
(only 4 tours), 7 p.m.
Meets at Meggie Moo's Ice Cream Cafe, 114 East Center Street, Medina, $10 per person, children under 7 free
2.) Haunted Hamburg
One of WNY's most beautiful villages includes Hamburg's link to presidential assassination conspiracies, and a host of haunted tales.
All Fridays, Sept. 2 through Oct. 28, 7 p.m. (Free parking in Hamburg Village Municipal Parking Lot)
Meets at Main St. Ice Cream, 35 Main St., Hamburg, $10 per person, children under 7 free
One of WNY's oldest towns has yielded a truly bizarre past.
All Saturdays, Sept. 3 through Oct. 29, 7 p.m. (Free parking in Discovery Center Parking Lot)
Meets at Lake Effect Artisan Ice Cream Cafe, 79 Canal St.,
Lockport, $10 per person, children under 7 free
4.) Creepy Cobblestone
The Cobblestone District is one of Buffalo's oldest neighborhoods with a past that has traversed through nearly every aspect of the paranormal.
All Saturdays, Sept. 3 through Oct. 29
7 p.m. (Free parking on non-arena nights in the parking lot directly next to Iron Works on Illinois St. Additional free parking across from Helium on Mississippi St.)
Meets at Buffalo Iron Works, 49 Illinois St., Buffalo, $10 per person, children under 7 free