[WATCH] Check Out This Spooky and Possibly Haunted Ghost Ship Graveyard on Staten Island

In West Staten Island, along the Arthur Kill lies a massive graveyard for damaged, neglected, ruined and possibly haunted ships and boats. Doesn't sound like an appealing place to visit? Think again.

The Graveyard of Ships tour on the Arthur Kill, a waterway separating New Jersey from the New York borough of Staten Island, often sells out and is far more popular than other paddling trips to nearby bucolic rivers and lakes run by Kayak East tour operator John Pagani.

In this video from RealEstateSINY, check out an aerial video of the ghost ship graveyard and decide for yourself whether you think there is anything more than rusty metal.

Staten Island's Ghost Ship Graveyard is one of the area's more mysterious places. Off of Arthur Kill Road, not far from Rossville, you will find this rather unusual site. This is a view from the air.

Matt Coneybeare

Matt Coneybeare

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Matt enjoys exploring the City's with his partner and son. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time eating, running, and working on cool stuff.

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