Paranormal Walks 2016
Paranormal Walks 2016

Paranormal Walks 2016
Ghosts, folklore, UFOs, curses, historical mysteries, miracles, strange creatures, vampires, conspiracies, legends,

demons, angels, and secret societies.


The debut of our Medina tour,

plus new sites and stories for

Hamburg, Lockport, and Cobblestone


Join us Saturday night after our final Lockport tour for a special half hour ghost hunt with a full spectrum camera in the Lockport locks, included with the price of admission to the Lockport walk.


Center Street, Medina

1.) Medina

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

Corner of Lake and Union, Village of Hamburg

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

The Haunted Lockport Masonic Temple

3.) Lockport

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

  • Free Monster Mini Golf passes to all tour goers.
  • No reservations, or tickets, are required.
  • Our approach is of the historian, and the objective researcher.
  • Our walks are family oriented, interactive, and instructive.
  • You will see and perhaps have a chance to use the lastest paranormal equipment.
  • Some stops will feature a different scientific device employed by researchers.
  • Candy and our company wristbands are included with admission.
  • Tours are based on original research conducted by Paranormal Walks.
  • All walks are rain or shine, at your own risk, and last about 90 minutes.
  • Private tours available.
  • A portion of our profits are donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Buffalo, the Wyndham Family Home for Children in Lockport, and the Hamburg Disabled Veterans.


Click photo to read a review.
Click image to listen to John Koerner discuss his latest book "Hunting the Nazarene"


Final Medina Paranormal Walk Special Promotion:

All tour goers for our final Medina Paranormal Walk on Wednesday, October 26, will be eligible to win a pair of prime tickets to the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert on February 10 at Key Center.

Will you be the one lucky winner?

The conspiracy to execute President McKinley unfolded 115 years ago this fall, and has direct connections to our Hamburg walk. Click above to order John Koerner's first conspiracy book.
Listen to John Koerner's appearance on Richard Syrett's Conspiracy Show discussing the Robert F. Kennedy Assassination.
The CIA conspiracy to assassinate JFK has specific links to our Hamburg walk. Click above to order John Koerner's second conspiracy book.
Click above image to listen to John Koerner's interview on Coast to Coast AM.
Click to order John Koerner's latest book
John Koerner, founder of Paranormal Walks, author, professor, and historian
John Koerner's appearance on the History Channel's "America's Book of Secrets: Presidential Assassins" can be found by clicking here.
Click above to watch John Koerner's appearance on William Shatner's "Weird or What: Paranormal Mysteries" on the History Channel.
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