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New York City Ghost Tour

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Guides dressed in Victorian-era garb illuminate this gloomy stroll through paranormal haunts in Greenwich Village. Hear ghastly stories of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire and the Hangman’s Elm (so called for the executions rumored to have taken place on its branches), and learn about the spooky inspiration behind Paul Rudnick’s 1991 Broadway play, I Hate Hamlet, in which John Barrymore’s ghost appears. Meet under Washington Square Arch, Washington Square North at Fifth Ave. For reservations, visit newyorkghosttours.com.
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