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Long Island Real Haunted Houses - Houses That are Truly Haunted

Looking for some REAL scares? You're in luck -Long Island has a rich haunted history, and there's lots of houses across the state that are truly haunted by spirits who haven't quite left the living world yet. Whether you're looking for some real scares this Halloween Season, or you're simply fascinated by Long Island's haunted history, you'll want to check out Long Island Haunted Houses's database of real haunted houses across Long Island that are filled with thrills, chills, and scares year round!
 
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  • Amityville Horror House Amityville, NY
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    Among Long Island’s most famous haunted locations, the Amityville Horror House has been the subjectAmong Long Island’s most famous haunted locations, the Amityville Horror House has been the subject of numerous films, books, and documentaries. In 1974, Ronald DeFeo, Jr. murdered six members of his own family; thirteen months later the house’s most famous haunting occurred. When the Lutz... Read More

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  •   Old Bethpage Village Restoration Old Bethpage, NY
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    Old Bethpage Village Restoration will give you a glimpse into the past with historic buildings and recreations of early 19th century life, but if you’re lucky you may even get a look at an actual resident of pre-Civil War Long Island. These building come from all over LI, and many have brought their ghosts with them! One of the more famous haunted sites in the village is the Conklin... Read More

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  • Wickham Farm House Cutchogue, NY
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    The Wickham Farmhouse was purchased by Joseph Wickham at the turn of the 17th century and remains in the family to this day. In 1854, however, the house was the site of a gruesome murder as James Wickham and his wife were killed with an ax by a former farmhand by the name of Nicholas Bain. Bain was soon caught and hanged, but the specter of his dark deed remained. In 1988, Anne and... Read More

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  •   Raynham Hall Oyster Bay, NY
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    Now a twenty-room museum providing glimpses into American history, Raynham Hall was originally home to the Townsend family. During the Revolution it was also used to quarter British soldiers, including Major John Andre, who attempted to bribe Benedict Arnold to surrender his troops only to have the plot foiled by Townsend’s daughter, who overheard his discussion and had it reported to... Read More

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  • Oheka Castle Huntington, NY
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    Oheka Castle, a 109,000-square-foot, 127-room estate was originally constructed as a summer home for Otto Hermann Kahn, and has changed hands several times since his death in 1934. Today Oheka Castle serves as a luxurious catering hall, and is also open for tours of the mansion and surrounding property. The mansion is alleged to house secret passageways, hidden rooms, and clandestine... Read More

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  •   Morgan Hall Glen Cove, NY
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    Morgan Hall was once the home of famed financial tycoon, J.P. Morgan. Morgan lived on the estate with his family after construction finished in 1910; however, his daughter Alice met her death in the mansion as she succumbed to typhoid fever. Since that time the building has served multiple purposes, acting as a Russian embassy as well as a Catholic school, but Alice has remained through... Read More

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  • Maine Maid Inn Jericho, NY
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    The Maine Maid Inn dates back to the end of the 18th century and was once a key site in the Underground Railroad. During the 1950’s it was converted to an inn and eatery popular for banquets and large gatherings; it remained as such until closing in 2009. Footsteps, banging sounds, and strange voices have been heard in the inn, and some visitors have even reported seeing apparitions... Read More

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  •   Stony Brook Grist Mill Stony Brook, NY
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    The original Grist Mill was built in 1699, but a flood washed the building way in the 1700s. Reconstruction began in 1751 and the mill has stood ever since. Some people have seen a man in colonial clothing appear and then vanish, and others have heard screaming on the grounds. Read More

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  •   Country House Restaurant Stony Brook, NY
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    Originally built in 1710, the Country House Restaurant has undergone a great many changes in ownership and purpose. At first it was a family home with an adjoining farm, and during the Revolutionary War it was used to house British troops. Legend has it that during the war, Annette Williamson was left in the house to look after it by her parents while they went to check on another... Read More

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  • Coindre Hall Huntington, NY
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    Coindre Hall has served numerous functions in its near-century of existence. Originally it was the residence of a wealthy Long Islander, and its underground tunnels were used by bootleggers during Prohibition. It operated as two different schools in the mid-20th century as well as a summer retreat, and today functions as a catering hall. Visitors have reported seeing ghostly figures... Read More

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