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‘Ghost Hunters’ Is Putting Cooperstown’s Hyde Hall On the Map [Video]

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I’ve never been to the historic Hyde Hall in Cooperstown, built in the early 1800′s and lived in by George Hyde Clark, the last lieutenant governor of the Province of New York.  Perhaps it’s about time considering that it’s getting a whole lot of attention after being featured on Syfy’s “Ghost Hunters” show October 30th.  Apparently, the show was so good and so spooky, the show’s producers decided to save it for the Halloween season finale.  Ever since, Ghost tours at Hyde Hall have been selling out with intrigued visitors flocking there.

Check out the creepy preview of the show!  It might really scare you after I mention that apparently Hyde Hall is associated with a curse, thanks to the former lady of the manor.

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