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THE AMITYVILLE HORROR HOUSE
 
Location: 112 Ocean Avenue         map & directions
What to expect: In December 1975, George and Kathy Lutz and their three children moved into 112 Ocean Avenue, a large Dutch Colonial house in Amityville, a suburban neighborhood located on the south shore of Long Island, New York. Thirteen months before the Lutzes moved in, Ronald DeFeo, Jr. had shot and killed six members of his family at the house. After 28 days, the Lutzes left the house, claiming to have been terrorized by paranormal phenomena while living there.

   
MONSTER MINI GOLF
 
Location: 410-C Commack Road     map & directions
What to expect: Not your typical cheesy mini-golf family spot...Mainly decorated like a UV lit haunted house, this place is fun for all the "boils" & "ghouls!" Featured attractions available at this location are mini-golf, video game arcade, and laser maze!!!


THE EDGAR ALLAN POE COTTAGE
 
Location: 2640 Grand Concourse    map & directions
What to expect: Edgar Allan Poe spent the last years of his life, from 1846 to 1849, in The Bronx at Poe Cottage, now located at Kingsbridge Road and the Grand Concourse. A small wooden farmhouse built about 1812, the cottage once commanded unobstructed vistas over the rolling Bronx hills to the shores of Long Island. It was a bucolic setting in which the great writer penned many of his most enduring poetical works, including “Annabel Lee,” “The Bells” and “Eureka.” Administered by The Bronx County Historical Society since 1975, the cottage is restored to its original appearance, with authentic period furnishings. A film presentation and guided tour help bring Poe Cottage to life.

 
MADAME MORBID'S TROLLEY TOURS
 
Pick-Up location: Driggs Avenue & North 9th Street     map & directions
What to expect: "We will visit some of Brooklyn's most notorious neighborhoods, while exploring their dark pasts. Our custom-made, turn-of-the-century trolley is equipped with cushioned leather seats, chandeliers and velvet curtains inspired by Gone with the Wind. Mini-documentaries play onscreen throughout the ride, narrated by Brooklyn's most infamous residents. BONUS: Win prizes on each tour w/spooky trivia!"

BELVEDERE CASTLE
 
Location: The Great Lawn in Central Park           map & directions
What to expect: Belvedere Castle was a Victorian folly. Calvert Vaux, co-designer of Central Park, created the miniature castle in 1869 as one of its many whimsical structures intended as a lookout to the reservoir to the north (now the Great Lawn) and the Ramble to the south. A perfect spot to take photos!


CATACOMBS BY CANDLELIGHT TOURS @ Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
 
Location: 263 Mulberry Street        map & directions
Telephone: 646-781-7359 or 917-979-2124
To purchase tickets, click here!
What to expect: "Beneath the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral are the only catacombs in Manhattan, and one of only a handful that exist in the entire United States. It is by far one of the most significant collection of tombs in the country historically. Underneath the nave of this 200 year old church are the crypts that have been a silent witness to the many struggles and accomplishments of prominent New Yorkers. Just recently, the Basilica decided that it was time to open the underground crypts for public touring. Get tickets and don't miss your chance!"

 
MERCHANT HOUSE MUSEUM
 
Location: 29 East 4th Street           map & directions
What to expect: The Merchant’s House was built in 1832 and purchased by Seabury Tredwell, a prosperous New York City hardware merchant, in 1835. The Tredwell family continued to live in the house for nearly 100 years. The period rooms on four floors are furnished with the family’s original furnishings dating from 1835-1865. See how a wealthy family and their four Irish servants lived in mid-19th century New York.


TRINITY CHURCH CEMETERY
 
Location: 74 Trinity Place           map & directions
What to expect: One of the oldest cemeteries in the United States, this historical site holds the remains of prominent figures such as many military & government officials, but most notably know for the grave of Alexander Hamilton. It's a wonderful afternoon stroll in the heart of Manhattan's busy financial district too!!!

HARRY HOUDINI'S GRAVE @ Machpelah Cemetery

 
Location: 8230 Cypress Hills Street        map & directions
What to expect: Houdini’s funeral was held on November 4, 1926 in New York with more than 2,000 mourners in attendance. He was buried in Queens New York at the Machpelah Cemetery with the crest of the Society of American Magicians inscribed on his grave. In fact, the Society continues to hold its “Broken Wand” ceremony every Halloween at Houdini’s gravesite.


SLEEPY HOLLOW CEMETERY
 
Location: 540 N. Broadway      map & directions
What to expect: Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York, is the resting place of numerous famous figures, including Washington Irving, whose story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" is set in the adjacent Old Dutch Burying Ground.

 
MONSTER MINI GOLF @ RIDGE HILL MALL
 
Location: 221 Market Street, 2nd Floor     map & directions
What to expect: Not your typical cheesy mini-golf family spot...Mainly decorated like a UV lit haunted house, this place is fun for all the "boils" & "ghouls!" Featured attractions available at this location are mini-golf, video game arcade, and mini bowling!!!
 
 
 


   
J.W. FOLEY RARITIES & OBSCURITIES
OBSCURITIES / RARITIES / ODDITIES / ANTIQUES
 
Location: 270 City Island Avenue      map & directions
Telephone: 718-790-4251
What to expect: Tucked away in New York City...tucked away in the Bronx...tucked away on City Island is a jewel of a find that is J.W. Rarities & Obscurities!!! This is so much more than an antiques shop and should be a distinct destination when exploring the very unique, and often overlooked, coastal community that is City Island!!!


   
CATLAND
BOOKS / CLOTHING / ESOTERICA
 
Location: 987 Flushing Avenue      map & directions
Telephone: 718-418-9393
What to expect: "Catland is Brooklyn’s premier metaphysical boutique and event space. 
We aim to serve the local community of Occultists, Yogis, Pagans, Mystics, Thelemites, 
Witches, Chaotes, and anyone interested in the enhancement of their spiritual self."


      
ENZ'S
VINTAGE & RETRO CLOTHING / ACCESSORIES / JEWELRY
 
Location: 76 East 7th Street       map & directions
Telephone: 917-841-5989
What to expect: 1950's film noir inspired and Rockabilly ENZ'S is NYC'S best & maybe only store to visit if you are seeking that certain Bette Page / Goth-a-Billy style, and are feeling rather nostalgic! Their mission is to rebuild the Lower East side via style!!!

      
EVOLUTION
TAXIDERMY / JEWELRY / BONES & SKELETONS
 
Location: 687 Broadway          map & directions
Telephone: 212-343-1114
What to expect: Once a unique staple in the SoHo area of Manhattan, this beautiful yet quirky taxidermy & osteology store now finds itself a bit north in Greenwich Village. Tourists tend to go there to visit it as a small and free Mueseum of Natural History, but if you are serious about purchasing something, then take your time to discover their amazing inventory. The staff is also super knowledgeable and very friendly!

 
TRASH AND VAUDEVILLE
ROCK 'N ROLL CLOTHING / FOOTWEAR / ACCESSORIES
 
Location: 96 East 7th Street         map & directions
Telephone: 212-982-3590
What to expect: A classic institution! Punk, Rock, Goth clothing and accessories for any serious alternative scene member. This is where Rock stars go skinny pants shopping!!!
 
 
 



THE CAFFEINE UNDERGROUND
COFFEE HOUSE
 
Location: 447 Central Avenue, Brooklyn      map & directions
Telephone: 718-484-4806
What to expect: Iconic industrial NYC Dj Ian Ford has opened up a cozy coffee place in Bushwick, Brooklyn for those who want a "darker" twist on their coffee experience! Their specialty brews include: Kava, Yerba Mate Lattes, Black-and-Red Lattes, and Bulletproof Coffee. They also have meet-ups, dance nights, and other fun events!!!


BEETLE HOUSE
BAR & RESTAURANT
 
Location: 308 East 6th Street, Manhattan      map & directions
Telephone: 646-510-4786
What to expect: A Tim Burton themed bar & restaurant...'nuff said. Oh, and be sure to make reservations!

  
CHEZ NAPOLÉON RESTAURANT
CLASSIC FRENCH RESTAURANT
 
Location: 365 West 50th Street, Manhattan       map & directions
Telephone: 212-265-6980 (reservations are required)
What to expect: This hyper-traditional French restaurant is owned by none other than New Goth City's creator, Sir William Welles himself, along with his mother! Located in Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen & Theatre District, here you will find tried and true classic French comfort food as well as some very unique culinary delights such as wild boar stew, venison steak, and calf BRAAAAINZZZZZZZ! Also, customers with a New Goth City R.I.P. pin will get 10% off of their entire dinner bill!!!
   


DOUBLE DOWN SALOON
PUNK BAR
 
Location: 14 Avenue A, Manhattan      map & directions
Telephone: 212-982-0543
What to expect: "In the spirit of the original which has been knocking Las Vegas on its ass since 1992, the Double Down Saloon in New York City is indeed a clubhouse for the lunatic fringe. No live music as the NYC Double Down is a straight up boozeatorium, but always expect the unexpected as the killer jukebox pounds out punk, garage, lo-fi, rawk and broken blues. This is definitely not the shit you hear anywhere else."


THE HARD SWALLOW
BAR
 
Location: 140 1st Avenue, Manhattan      map & directions
Telephone: 212-256-0124
What to expect: What are the main ingredients to creating an amazing Lower East Side dive bar? Cheap beer & booze, a jukebox, a pool table, and an incredibly interesting bunch of misfits that make up the staff and patrons! This Rock n' Roll dive bar has all the right ingredients to make this (once again), an instant classic! When you go for a visit, be sure to say hello to our good friends: the lovely husband & wife team owners of The Hard Swallow, Big Lee and Shasha Lloyd!

STEAMY HALLOWS
COFFEE / TEA HOUSE
 
Location: 514 East 6th Street     map & directions
What to expect: "A witchy Goth coffee shop celebrating the freshest most amazing coffee potion drinks in an atmosphere inspired by Harry Potter and Halloween."

 
STRANGELOVE
PUNK BAR
 
Location: 229 E. 53rd $treet, Manhattan      map & directions
What to expect: Strangelove is a punk rock & roll bar located in New York City's Midtown/East Side. Strangelove provides affordable beer & liquor on a backdrop of punk, glam, garage, metal, rock and roll, and underground music.
 

 
 
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