Spirits of Binghamton’s PAST Ghost Tour: Unveiling the Westside Mysteries
Hosted by the Preservation Association of the Southern Tier (PAST)
Step into the shadows of Binghamton’s history and join us for an extraordinary evening of discovery and intrigue. The Preservation Association of the Southern Tier (PAST) is thrilled to present the “Spirits of Binghamton’s PAST Ghost Tour,” where you’ll embark on a journey through time, encountering the enigmatic spirits and stories that continue to haunt the Westside of Binghamton.
Experience the allure of history as we navigate the winding streets and historic sites of the Westside. Tours will commence every 15 minutes, commencing at 6:00 p.m. and concluding at 8:45 p.m., starting from St. Patrick’s School on Leroy Street.
Secure your spot on this captivating tour by obtaining tickets from the PAST website. Immerse yourself in tales of the past, whispered by the spirits that still linger among us.
Meet the Spirits:
Prepare to encounter a roster of remarkable historical figures whose presence transcends time:
Father James Hourigan: A figure of spiritual guidance and compassion whose legacy endures.
C. Edward Vosbury: Unveil the contributions of a visionary leader whose impact remains palpable.
Alonzo Roberson: Discover the narrative of a pioneering entrepreneur who shaped the city’s identity.
Joshua Whitney: Journey through the life and exploits of a trailblazing pioneer.
Beccye Fawcett: Experience the strength and triumphs of a pioneering woman.
Rod Serling: Explore the creative genius whose influence continues to captivate.
Willis Sharpe Kilmer: Delve into the legacy of an influential business magnate.
Tickets are available for purchase exclusively on the PAST website. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this unique and immersive event that bridges the gap between past and present.
Be prepared to be spellbound by these historical figures as their stories come to life in an unforgettable evening of history and mystery.
Date: Friday, October 27th, 2023
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:45 p.m.
Starting Point: St. Patrick’s School on Leroy Street
Children (5-14): $10.00
Children under 5: Free