Paranormal Walks 2018
Paranormal Walks 2018

During the off season my paranormal friends can reach me and Paranormal Walks by texting

to 716-245-0855. Take care, and see everyone next season.

- John Koerner

 

Paranormal Walks 2018:

Ghosts, folklore, UFOs, curses, historical mysteries, miracles, strange creatures, vampires, conspiracies, legends, demons, angels, and secret societies

 

Center Street, Medina

1.) Medina

This year we will be discussing the paranormal impact of two bizarre Medina murders. 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 3 through October 31

(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.) Hamburg

This year we have added one of the most haunted sites in the village to the tour. We also will be spending some time using our ghostly equipment at Hamburg's first burial ground. One of WNY's most beautiful villages includes Hamburg's link to presidential assassination conspiracies, and a host of haunted tales.

All Fridays, Sept. 7 through Oct. 26, 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

http://www.mainstreeticecream.co

The Haunted Lockport Masonic Temple

3.) Lockport

After each tour, for those who dare, we will head down into the Lockport locks for a little ghost hunting that is included with admission. One of WNY's oldest towns has yielded a truly bizarre past.

All Saturdays, Sept. 8 through Oct. 27, 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

http//www.lakeeffecticecream.com

4.) Cobblestone/Canalside

We have renamed the tour this year to reflect the inclusion of Canalside in the route. The Cobblestone District and Canalside are two of Buffalo's oldest neighborhoods with a past that has traversed through nearly every aspect of the paranormal. 

All Saturdays, Sept. 8 through Oct. 27

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

http://www.buffaloironworks.com

  • No reservations, or tickets, are required.
  • Our approach is of the historian, and the objective researcher.
  • Our walks are family oriented, interactive, and instructive.
  • 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.
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