The Iron Island Museum In New York Was Once A Funeral Home And Is Now A Haunted House

The Iron Island Museum has had a long and notable history. Built in 1885, the Buffalo building was originally a church. Starting in the 1950s, it then served nearly five decades as a funeral home. It was eventually donated to the Iron Island Preservation Society for use as a museum. The museum displays artifacts from Buffalo, with a particular focus on military and railroad history. With all of the deceased who have passed through such a building, is it any wonder that it is now said to be haunted?

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Have you been to the Iron Island Museum or any other supposedly haunted sites in New York? What’s your verdict: haunted or not?

For more information about the Iron Island Museum or to book a tour, visit their website.

Address: Iron Island Museum, 998 E Lovejoy St, Buffalo, NY 14206, USA