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Chandler Estate - Mount Sinai NY Haunted Place

   
  • North Country Road
  • Mount Sinai, NY
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Also known as “Satan’s Trails,” Chandler Estate was originally a resort overlooking Mt. Sinai Harbor that hosted the likes of Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller; it was subsequently an apartment complex. The complex eventually closed, caught fire, and burned down, leaving only a slim foundation behind. Today a great deal of brush and overgrowth covers the former resort.

Since the fire, the location has been rumored to play host to a variety of cult activities and satanic rituals. Some claim that the rituals include attempts to summon a creature named The Whacker; others say they have witnessed the spirit of Marilyn Monroe. Others still say it was once the home to the locally famous ghost, Mary. Visitors report feelings of uneasiness on the grounds, with some people feeling as though they are being watched.
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