We Double-Dog Dare You To Spend The Night On This Haunted Buffalo Ship
By Samantha Gill|Published August 14, 2017
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We’ve mentioned before that Buffalo is full of spooky, seemingly haunted places. While Iron Island might take the crown for the most haunted spot, this ironclad giant is a very close second. The best way to get one-on-one contact with the ghosts onboard the ship is sleeping with them! We double-dog dare you to spend the night on this haunted Buffalo ship.
While only select groups can currently stay overnight on U.S.S. The Sullivans, the Buffalo and Erie Canal Naval & Military Park is open to the public. Other historic ships housed here include the U.S.S. Little Rock and the U.S.S. Croaker. There is an outdoor exhibit area displaying other military vehicles and aircraft, including an Army M-41 Tank and Air Force F-101F Voodoo Fighter Interceptor Jet. Stop by the museum to see some truly fascinating artifacts!
Admission to the park is $12 for adults, $6 for kids, $8 for seniors, and free for active duty armed service personnel (veterans receive a 10% discount). Buffalo and Erie Canal Naval & Military Park also hosts several special events throughout the year. You can find more info on their website here.
Have you ever experienced a George sighting on board this haunted Buffalo ship? Share your ghost stories of U.S.S. The Sullivans with us in the comments below, then head here to see why Buffalo is considered the most haunted city in New York!
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