NYC subway hauntings: from the Astor Place phantom train to President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s spectral dog

Delays might not be the only thing disrupting your subway commute.

Paranormal experts say apparitions are roaming the more than century-old transit system — including spirits at the City Hall stop, a phantom train at Astor Place, and the beloved dog of former President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

There have been at least three documented hauntings of stations, according to Phil Schoenberg, who runs “Ghost Walks of New York.” He offers walking tours of haunted areas in the city and has a doctorate in history from New York University.

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