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PERFORMANCE ART, GUIDED TOUR AND DANCE PARTY At Staten Island’s Haunted Kriescher Mansion

From the Brown Paper Tickets online reservation page: “We will bring to life the creepy characters and plot twists that are alleged to have happened in this gorgeous victorian home throughout the night.

We suggest dressing in costume relevant to the ominous history of the property to better enjoy the night
Dont be shy to participate in the theatre *
Guests are invited to tour the hauntings of the house (Instruction to follow)
Our DJ is rad and we hope you get into his grooves curated especially for this event
We will be providing food and entertainment on the lawn as well
Cash NOT accepted for last minute tickets, food or alcohol – CARD ONLY – Save your cash, tip our staff

Ticket on sale NOW!
40$ Early Grave ( admission, tour and performances)
60$ Early VIP ( admission and Exclusive access to the Attic + Seance)
On the door ( Late Grave) 60$ /80$
21+ enforced

FREE shuttles leave Brooklyn Grand Army Plaza 7p (RSVP suggested) * Return LATE
FREE shuttles will collect guests from St George Staten Island Ferry landing (RSVP suggested) There will be 2x shuttle runs per hour (830p-1130p) * Return 2-3a
Rideshare discounts available through LYFT and Uber (watch for promo code in Welcome email)

A BRIEF HISTORY #kreischermansion
The Kreischer Mansion has been standing on the hill overlooking Arthur Kill since 1885
It was one of two mansions built by German immigrant  Balthasar Kreischer for his sons Charles and Edward
There are rumours of infidelity, mismanagement, financial troubles and murder that fueled a feud between the brothers
Balthasar, Edward, Edward’s wife, their children, and cook, were murdered and perished in a mysterious fire that destroyed their home
The remaining Kreischer Mansion was run as a restaurant front to the mafia until 1996
In 1998 the Kreischer Mansion was bought with the intention of restoration and eventual sale by Isaac Yomtovian
In 2008 the caretaker, a hitman for the Bonnano crime family, was charged with the brutal murder of a rival mob associate committed in 2005
The Kreischer Mansion has been featured on Boardwalk Empire! Gotham, The Bones ..
For more history or to contact the owners, send an email to Isaac Yomtovian and join us on the Yomtovian Group

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Emily Mcloughlin and Leah Curtis Artistic and Theatrical Development
Edwin Adams Soundscape
Nicholas Gerogianis Oral history
Anne Marie O’Neill Graphic design
Ezat Luba Event Coordinator
InFocus.pro Original poster photo


United States


Start: Saturday Oct 31, 2015 8:00 PM
End: Sunday Nov 01, 2015 3:00 AM


Free – $60.00


Who: Ezat Luba and Lauren Glassman
Email: thekreischermansion@gmail.com

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