Trinity Church Cemetary
One of the last operational cemeteries in Manhattan, the Trinity Church cemetery in Washington Heights is not only a pristine resting place for New York’s deceased, but a popular haunt for its ghosts.
At any given time, one can expect to find a number ranging between fifty and one hundred ghosts lurking the grounds. Many of them are harmless lurkers, but occasionally a lost one will manifest and cause some disruption. These are usually self-policed by the ghosts that haunt the place.
The ghosts in Trinity are a proprietary bunch, making sure those that spend time in their turf are careful to observe spiritual law and pay the proper respects to the fallen- many of which include their own bodies. Although the roster of ghosts in Trinity is not fixed, as ghosts of this type tend not to have a concept of permanent shelter, you can expect to see a lot of the same faces if you stop in regularly. Most of these spirits, particularly the older ones, are on good terms with COGITO and the Estate, and will be willing to offer information if asked with the right tone.