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Updated Evidence of the Paranormal

Have you joined us on any of our previous ghost hunts? October is the best time for your first! And we just updated our evidence gallery, check it out if you missed it recently.



Haunted Village – Southampton History Museum
Saturday, October 3oth
Visit a haunted Southampton Village inhabited with ghosts, goblins and ghouls all on the grounds of the historic Rogers Mansion. The outbuildings will be open and occupied with the unimaginable. Those brave enough to make it to the end will be rewarded with candy and pumpkins provided by the Southampton Youth Association (while supplies last).
Children must be accompanied by an adult, social distancing will be enforced between groups and facemasks are required
Free admission!
Ghost Hunting at the Rogers Mansion & Halsey House
Saturday, October 30th, 8:45-11pm
Saturday, November 20th, 7:30-9:45ppm
Saturday, December 18th, 7:30-9:45pm
Long Island Dirt: Recovering Our Buried Past
Thursday, November 4th, 11am
Southampton’s 20th Century Influencers:
Jane Wilson, Artist of the Ethereal
Thursday, November 18th, 11am
History Matters:
The Lure of Amber in a Land on the Edge of the Sea
Thursday, December 2nd, 11am
Rogers Mansion Museum Complex
17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton
Complex of 12 historic structures on land settled in 1645 by William Rogers, including the Rogers Mansion built 1843.
Halsey House
249 South Main Street, Southampton
Built c. 1683, the oldest English style wood-frame house in New York State.
Pelletreau Silver Shop
80 Main Street, Southampton
Former business of Patriot and famed silversmith Elias Pelletreau. It is the longest continually running trade shop in the Americas.
Conscience Point
1640 Conscience Point Rd, Southampton
Nature preserve and supposed landing spot for European settlers in Southampton.
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