Historic Preservation in Rochester

The Landmark Society is an advocate for historic preservation in Rochester and the surrounding area of Monroe, Orleans, Wayne, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Wyoming, Yates, and Seneca Counties. They educate residents of our area about historic resources in the region, promote the revitalization of historic communities, and assist homeowners, neighborhood organizations, and municipalities in their efforts to ensure that historic properties continue to play a vital role in the future of western New York.

The Landmark Society Ghost Walk 2010
Rumor has it that Rochester’s most infamous resident will be returning from the grave to once again protest his innocence – along with other ghosts making the journey from Mt Hope Cemetery, Holy Sepulcher, or other “final” resting places in our community.

They will have plenty to share, as they relive true history-based tales from the less-rosy side of Rochester’s past at The Landmark Society Ghost Walk on Oct. 22, 23, 29 and 30.

• Ponder what escaped from that ominous box – you might want to watch where you step.
• Experience the horror of the flames of hell licking at your face – in the High Falls neighborhood!
•She looked so young and sweet – what was she hiding? Everything was so peaceful – until his brother’s terrible scream.

Yes, it’s all real Rochester history … just the darker side.

Didn’t catch it live? listen to the show online

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