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The haunted Mid Orange Correctional and Former Reformatory is an absolute must for every ghost hunter. 

Our overnight Ghost Hunts at this location have yielded some of the most amazing paranormal activity we have ever witnessed.

It’s daunting dark energy is foreboding in the dead of night and has left many of our guests speechless.

The mysterious secrets of Mid Orange will leave a lasting impression on anyone that dares to investigate it long enough.

Are you going to be brave enough to follow the ghostly shadows that enter the tunnel system, or will take consort in one of the dark and ominous housing units? 

Mid Orange Correctional Facility
Ghost Hunters

Event Start Time: 8:30pm

Event Finish Time: 4:00am

Your ghost hunt at the Mid-Orange Correctional Facility and Former Reformatory includes the following:

Exclusive Access to the most haunted areas of this location.

Psychic Medium Vigil* (if psychic present).

Group Vigils With Experienced Investigators.

Lone Vigils.

Use of our equipment which includes, trigger objects and EMF Readers.

Free time to explore this location and to undertake your very own private vigils.

Unlimited Refreshments, Including Coffee, Bottled Water and Soda.

Selection of snacks.

Location History & The Paranormal

Disembodied voices, shadow figures and full-bodied apparitions!

Do you have what it takes to spend the night?!


Spend the night in one of the most haunted places in New York with the Ghost Hunts USA Team

In the 1930s, this 740-acre campus was turned into the New York State Training School for Boys, a facility which housed “troubled” young men, where they were trained or “reformed” so that they may one day go back into the community with productive work skills. Eventually, as many as 14 “shops” were built for training, and many of these at-risk youth also worked the farmland. However, there are many stories of horrifying abuse and neglect surrounding the school, which held between 400 and 500 boys at one time.

Some reports suggest that the boys’ school became a violent place, especially in the 1950s and 1960s, including forms of corporeal punishment as well as stabbings and numerous attempted suicides. There are reports of a young man named Charles McBride who succeeded by hanging himself with his bedsheet in Cottage B1 on October 23, 1962. Medical records from that time also show that several residents required surgery for appendicitis – suspected to be due to the physical abuse they endured while living at the school.

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