Paranormal Walks 2020:
Ghosts, folklore, UFOs, curses, historical mysteries, miracles, strange creatures, vampires, conspiracies, legends, demons, angels, and secret societies
Our newest walk. Paranormal Walks has conducted investigations in this historic village for over three years. This walk/ghost hunt is the result of the evidence we have gathered on our annual ghost hunts in the village. This weekly walk tells the haunted tales of Ellicottville, as well stories from the archive of our first hand accounts from our ghost hunts.
All Fridays, Sept. 27 through October 30, 8 p.m.
Meets at Ellicottville Historical Society, 1 Jefferson St., Ellicottville, NY, $10 per person, no tickets or reservations required.
Haunted churches, Masonic secrets, Iroquois legends, Civil War era ghosts, haunted theaters, and occult murders 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 Saturdays, Sept. 26 through October 31, 7 p.m.
Meets at Fitzgibbons Public House, 429 Main Street, Medina, $10 per person, children under 7 free, no reservations or tickets required.
One of WNY's oldest towns has yielded a truly bizarre past.
All Saturdays, Sept. 26 through Oct. 31, 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, no reservations or tickets required.
The Cobblestone District and Canalside has perhaps the highest concentration of death anywhere in WNY, which accounts for its wide paranormal footprint.
All Saturdays, Sept. 26 through Oct. 31
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, no reservations or tickets required.