Bull’s Head Inn - Cobleskill, NY - February 2019 Events

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Event Start Time: 7:30pm

Event Finish Time: 3:00am

 Ghost Hunting Supper and Ghost Hunt All Included.

All Taxes and Gratuities also Included.

The very haunted Bull’s Head Inn is one the most talked about haunted Inn’s in New York.  The experienced, reported and witnessed hauntings that have plagued this location are simply terrifying.

Many visitors and guests have felt the strong presence of the Indian Spirit that haunts this location. He was unfortunately tortured and massacred during the French and Indian War and many psychics have reported that he is simply looking for revenge. 

One of the uses of this historic location is that of a boarding house. On the very dark and frightening third floor you will stumble across the masonic temple. Is it these rituals that have caused many guests to feel sick, whilst others have left and refused to return.

The reports of shadows and footsteps have now become a daily occurrence, day and night, and some of the staff now refuse to go into many of these haunted areas.

It is rumored that the late Mrs Stacy is one of the spirits that haunts this location, her husband Mr Stacy was an avid drinker and Mrs Stacy did not approve of this, when the new owners brought the property, they decided to install a bar, and during this period and since then, the bar is one of the most active areas.

The most talked about poltergeist activity is that of doors slamming and objects being thrown, is this the residual energy of the two fires that occurred here that have affected so many souls.

The captured intelligent responses from EVP’s are truly tantalizing, and it is no wonder why The Bull’s Head Inn is one of the most haunted locations that many visitors flock to.

 

Buffet Dinner Selections:

Tossed Salad

Potato Salad

Pasta Salad

Herb Chicken

Vegetable Lasagne

Beef Tips over Noodles

Baked Potato

Apple Crisp


The current structure of the Bull’s Head Inn was built in 1802 by Seth Wakeman, the same builder of the Beekman Mansion in Sharon Springs, NY (which is also supposedly haunted).

The Bull’s Head Inn is built on the site of three previous structures dating back to 1752 when George Ferster built a log cabin here, one of the first buildings in Cobleskill.

Throughout the years that followed, during the French & Indian war and the American Revolution, that cabin, and the two that followed were burned to the ground by Indians, Tories, and British.

It is from this history of catastrophic destruction on this site that various stories are told of residents perishing in one or more of the fires. It is also stated that an Indian was killed in the building during one of the conflicts. One story in particular centers around a girl in an upstairs bedroom who was too scared to run, froze in terror and perished in the blaze.

The current structure was built as an inn and tavern in 1802 to host the growing traffic of merchants travelling on the then recently charted Loonenburg Turnpike which accommodated commerce between Central NY and New York City. When the Erie Canal was built, it redirected this traffic to go further up the Hudson River and then westward, bypassing the popular Cobleskill stop-over point.

From then, until 1965, the Bull’s Head Inn was purchased by Charles Courter to be used as his private residence, and was during this time, known as the Courter Mansion.


Your ghost hunt at the Bull's Head Inn includes the following:

  • Buffet Dinner,
  • Brief History Talk,
  • Psychic Medium,
  • Exclusive access to the basement,
  • Exclusive access to the Masonic Temple,
  • Medium Vigil,
  • Group Séances,
  • Structured Vigil,
  • Ghost Hunt with experienced Ghost Hunting Team,
  • Use of our equipment which includes, trigger objects and EMF Meters,
  • Private time to explore this location and to undertake your very own private vigils,

Guests are strongly advised to bring appropriate clothing and a flashlight for the séance in the basement.


 

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