A woman who claimed to be 'ghost hunting' fell nearly 20 feet through a roof of an abandoned train station.
Police said the woman was with a man when she fell through the roof of the Buffalo Central Terminal, New York, around 10:30 p.m., WKBW reported.
The 35-year-old, who has not been identified, was taken to Erie County Medical Center to be treated for multiple injuries.
The terminal operated from 1929 until it closed in 1979 but was abandoned for many years and currently a group is working to preserve it.
Over the years, parts of the terminal have been refurbished and occasionally opened for special events, including ghost tours.
“Hear and see what was caught that possibly can prove that paranormal activity does exist at the Buffalo Central Terminal,” the blurb for one such tour in 2018 declared.
Researcher, historian, and tour guide, Mason Winfield described the place saying: "I can’t think of a more monumental haunt in any American City. Great Architecture and ghost stories tend to go together.
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"Think about every village, they all have a prominent haunted house, and that house is always in one of the classic historic styles. It’s something that looks like it ought to be spooky.”
In addition, the TV show “Ghost Hunters” was filmed at the terminal several times.
Reports say the couple were there without permission but no charges have been filed.
In other ghost-hunting news, Conwy Castle has been dubbed one of the most haunted places in North Wales after visitors claim to have spotted ghostly figures.
Some even reckon they've seen a ghostly apparition of a monk, a black silhouette and a large man in armour illuminated by candlelight in the castle.
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