No, Iron Island is not somewhere in the middle of Lake Erie. It's actually in the Lovejoy Neighborhood of Buffalo, and ... More
Iron Island Museum
No, Iron Island is not somewhere in the middle of Lake Erie. It's actually in the Lovejoy Neighborhood of Buffalo, and this museum, operated by the Iron Island Preservation Society of Lovejoy, serves as a historical record of the area. You'll find memorabilia, artistic renderings of buildings, and photos of everything from war veterans who lived in the area to the New York Central Terminal . The society also sponsors a Lovejoy's Iron Island Festival .
Iron Island Museum is without a doubt a place for skeptics to
become believers. Whether or not you believe in ghosts, there
is definately something going on. It is difficult to put into words
the voices and sounds heard without being present - words do NO
justice at all. My next experience is to spend
the night and absorb all of the spirits that live at the museum.
The Iron Island Museum has an interesting history, it began as a church in 1885, then became a funeral home in the 1920. In the 1950's it was donated to the community as a preservation society building.
Documented cases of paranormal activity abound in this spacious comfortable building.
Ghost Hunts are occassionally scheduled.
Psychic readers are sometimes available.
The museum houses a varied collection of neighborhood memorabilia that helps one know its past. Living history is the best way I know to describe this interesting place.
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