Long Island’s haunted past comes to life in the book, Historic Haunts of Long Island: Ghosts and Legends from the Gold Coast to Montauk Point, by award-winning author, Kerriann Flanagan Brosky. Long Island is definitely a hotbed for ghostly tales and urban legends.
Here’s a list of some of the eeriest sites to see:
Selene Castrovilla is an award winning Long Island Author and we are so excited to have her writing on our site. In honor of Halloween, she has decided that her first topic would be the haunting of Raynham Hall.
Halloween is right around the corner here is a fun science and sensory activity to do with your little ones inspired by Halloween!
Spooky expanding ghost experiment using a balloon, baking soda and vinegar. Kids drop the baking soda into the vinegar filled water bottle and watch the magic happen. Craft courtesy of Anne Caminiti from Momee Friends LI. (Credit: Taylor Adamczyk – News 12 )
These are easy to make Halloween masks to make with your kids using inexpensive items you can find at your local Dollar Tree.
An easy craft using yarn to make these silly ghosts that you can use as a decoration or for your kids to play with.