Ghost Stories from a Bar #47, Mike Diana from the Schenectady County Historical Society

For Episode 47 of Stories From A Bar Chris sits down with Mike Diana of the Schenectady County Historical Society. The guys hang out at Mad Jack Brewing at The Van Dyck drinking and snacking while talking about some of the most well known ghost stories Schenectady has to offer.

There is a number of paranormal stories that could be told about Schenectady and in this episode, Mike Diana does a fantastic job not only telling some of them but also laying out some of the histories behind them. Stories of lost love, being burned at the stake, a soldier leaving for war never to be seen again are only some of the highlights that the guys talk about. As well as a little lesson on the Schenectady massacre of 1690 and some of the legends that were born from it over time. This is an episode you won’t want to miss into not only local history but ghost stories as well.

So be sure to check out Episode 47 of the Stories From A Bar to hear all about these ghost stories and be sure to check out the Schenectady County Historical Society for even more info on Schenectady’s past. You’ll find the show on all major podcast platforms so be sure to like and subscribe. Also, follow Stories From A Bar on Facebook, Twitter (@StoriesFAB), and Instagram to see what’s coming up or general fun shenanigans. Lastly, a big thank you to Mad Jack Brewing at The Van Dyck for hosting us and Mike Diana for being on the show!

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