Warren County maintenance workers who were helping move furniture out of the county's former Department of Social Services building had some interesting tales to tell about possible paranormal activity in the nearly 90-year-old building.
Those who have worked in the three-story building on Gurney Lane in Queensbury for years are sure it's haunted.
They tell tales of two particular "spirits" that have been sighted numerous times over the years, one on the third floor and another on the second. They tell tales of people seeing the ghost of a woman in a white gown wandering the halls at night, and the elevator mysteriously stopping and starting with no one in it.
What makes the stories more interesting is the fact that the building was built in the 1920s to be used as a tuberculosis sanitarium, and there are reportedly the remnants of a crematorium in the basement.
-- Don Lehman