History is filled with lessons and stories for all ages. Tales of bravery and tragedy, triumph and despair. Sprinkled amid truth and legend are those lesser known, uninvited cousins of history, the slippery things that cannot be explained: the macabre, the paranormal, the stories that are shushed in polite company. For three nights Haunted Huguenot Street removes the veil of secrecy that stands between the living and the dead. On Huguenot Street in New Paltz, that veil often seems fragile. The dead must hear their stories being told and strain to be a part of it. There certainly have been . . .
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