A few weeks ago I told you about the spooky Poe happenings in Baltimore. I do hope you got it together to mingle with Poe's creepy ancestors in the city of Poe's demise. New York City maintains, however, that they can do it better for Halloween. Do you agree? Here's how:
"Edgar Allan Poe and His Ghostly Neighbors" Tour of Greenwich Village Fire Patrol Station No 2 (New York City, NY)
Search out the spirits of Eleanor Roosevelt, her pet dog Fala and Aaron Burr; the ghosts of the New York University Library and of Washington Square Arch; and several Edgar Allan Poe sites. You'll also visit "ghost central," the most haunted area in America: Washington Square Park. (Did you know there's a graveyard underneath?)
Let me know who tops the creepster meter: is it Baltimore or New York City?
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