This new supernatural, immersive adventure explores an unsolved murder from 1850s New York and the restless ghosts it left behind. More…
Someone murdered Dr. Harvey Burdell on January 30th, 1857 in his New York City home. Minnie Seymour and Charlotte Worthington invite you to a séance to reveal the truth. This play journeys into the past and brings historic documents and actual witness testimony to life. You will meet the two ladies at the Southwest corner of Astor Place and Lafayette Street at 8 pm, and they will lead you to the secret, haunted parlor in the historic 19th-century Colonnade Row, where the Instruments of Darkness Tell Us Truths.
See it if you like immersive theater. It's well written and the acting is excellent. The lighting and sound elements enhance the intriguing story.
Don't see it if you scare easily.
See it if You’re interested in the darker side of New York’s history, true crime mysteries, and the supernatural.
Don't see it if You get nervous in tight places or are afraid of the dark!
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