Roberson Mansion
Photo: Courtesy Eve Daniels, Curator
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Roberson Mansion

Even a place dedicated to natural science can't scare away supernatural visitors in Binghamton, New York. This Italian Renaissance Revival mansion, now part of the Roberson Museum and Science Center, was built in 1907 for Alonzo Roberson, Jr., who lived here with his wife until his death in 1934. According to the museum's curator, Eve Daniels, there have been several unexplained incidents here, including one in the summer of 2008 in which security cameras showed disembodied legs walking across the floor. Daniels has also heard children's voices coming from one of the fireplaces. Incidents like these are the focus of tours that take place throughout the month of October.
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