It was April, 1813, exactly two hundred years ago, when six prominent New Yorkers, among them Alexander Hamilton, gathered monthly to entertain each other by sharing tales of terror often acting them out by the light of a solitary candle. They called themselves THE LIGHTS OUT CLUB. Membership was by invitation only, very exclusive. From then on, members met in out of the way, dangerous, downtown locations to tell their stories in near darkness.
To gain entrance into their secret society, a candidate… Show more
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