Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, recently suggested that there may be ghosts lurking in the Governor's Mansion and his predecessors says it's definitely haunted!
On two separate occasions over the last month, the governor has marveled at the eerie nature of the mansion, located in the capital city of Albany.
Calling the home "creepy," Cuomo claims that he rarely sleeps when he spends the night at the mansion due to the unsettling feeling that seems to pervade the palatial estate.
Although the governor stressed that he does not believe in ghosts, it certainly sounds as if he is starting to have his doubts.
Cuomo's misgivings about the mansion may have some merit as his predecessor, Gov. David Patterson seemingly confirmed that there is, indeed, a ghost that lives there.
Find out why Patterson is so sure at the Coast to Coast AM website.