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This Victorian Home In Upstate New York Became America’s First House To Be Declared Legally Haunted After Its New Owners Sued The Previous Residents For Failing To Disclose It Was Home To Three Ghosts

Summary by Chip Chick
Usually, hauntings are relegated to myths and legends. They’re considered to be fictional occurrences that stem from overactive imaginations. However, there’s one seemingly idyllic house perched on the banks of the Hudson River in Nyack, New York, that was declared legally haunted in 1991. It was the first house in the United States to earn the title. The Ackley House is located at 1 LaVeta Place in Nyack, New York. It is a three-story Victorian…

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