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Manhattan Haunts

What do Bridge Cafe, Inwood Hill Park, The Campbell apartment, the Merchant House Museum, and the Dakota have in common? Good Halloween destinations, for one, since supposedly they're all haunted by ghosts of New York past. Our personal favorite are the tales of Peter Stuyvesant's ghost hobbling around St. Mark’s Church-in-the-Bowery on a wooden leg, "the result of being hit by a cannonball." Check out ten more spooky spots on our Halloween-themed map. [DNAInfo]