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Public Ghost Hunt at the Buffalo Central Terminal

Beyond Ghosts will be hosting a ghost hunt at The Central Terminal on Saturday, May 14. Seeing that there are fewer opportunities to get inside the terminal these days, it’s time to jump on these sorts of opportunities. This is the first public ghost hunt to be held at the historic train terminal. The event will take place from 8pm to 12pm.

Ghost hunters will splinter into small groups in search of paranormal activity. Guests are invited to bring along their own ghost hunting equipment, which could range from a flashlight to spectrum cams, EVP recorders, TriField meter, laser grid, infrared cams… or simply borrow some equipment from the pros that will be on hand guiding the tours. 

The Central Terminal is considered to be one of the most haunted spots in WNY. Beyond Ghosts has been featured on SyFy Channel’s hit TV show Ghost Hunters, which means that they’ve got enough experience to pull off a ghost hunting adventure of this magnitude. 

Public Ghost Hunt at the Buffalo Central Terminal

Saturday, May 14 | 8pm to 12pm

Buffalo Central Terminal | 495 Paderewski Dr, Buffalo, New York 14212

Tickets are on sale now, and are only $25 each.

Please wear appropriate, comfortable footwear. NO heels, open toe shoes, or sandals.

This event is appropriate for ages 13 and over (with legal guardian or parent for the younger people).

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