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One of New York's newest tourism ventures is more dare than invitation.Not so usual are claims that all may be inhabited by ghosts.The trail goes from the Rapids Theater in Niagara Falls, where spirits are said to fool with musicians' equipment, to Fort Ontario where the ghost of a drunken officer may roam, to the state capitol in Albany, where a night watchman who died in a 1911 fire reportedly still makes his rounds.After testing the waters with sites in 12 counties in the fall of 2013, the trail now includes stops in about half of the state's 62 counties. During the first four months of this year alone, website visitors requested well over 22,000 guidebooks. No one is promising a sighting or even endorsing the notion that ghosts exist, though most if not all of the sites have had multiple claims of paranormal activity.
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