Montauk Manor - Real Montauk Haunt
Montauk Manor was originally constructed in 1927 as a resort for the wealthy. It fell out of favor during the Great Depression, but has since been restored and returned to its purpose as a 10,000 acre estate. The land is also home to more than a few restless spirits. Next to the Manor is a small cemetery, built on what was originally a burial ground and meeting place for Native Americans. To this day visitors say that they can hear chanting and drumming about the property, and some guests have even seen a Native American man in the corners and shadows of the hotel’s fourth floor.
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