Deep lakes, scenic waterfalls, charming villages—all are intrinsic parts of New York’s Finger Lakes region. But behind this beauty, the spooky and ghostly reside. A former slave never left the William Seward House in Auburn, and eerie guests reside alongside live ones at Adams Basin Inn. When the Genesee Country Village and Museum’s buildings were moved there, they brought their former residents along. And it is no wonder that some souls never left the Civil War POW camp in Elmira known as “Hellmira.” Join local paranormal investigator Patti Unvericht as she relates these and other stories of the Finger Lakes’ most haunted sites.