Schneider’s Alley aka Andrews walk
We’ve all grown up hearing stories of supposed haunted places with creepy backstories. Some of the times these stories are true, but a lot of the times they’re just made up. At times it’s hard to decipher what is real from what’s made up. Then on top of that, you have people going to these locations and claiming they’ve seen scary things. While others go to the exact same location numerous times and find nothing at all. This is the case of the story of Schneider’s Alley also known as Andrew’s Walk.
The Haunted Made Up Horror History
According to legends we found online, Michael Schneider was a doctor who lived in Clifton Manor in the early 1900’s. He lived there with his wife and children. Supposedly he went mad and killed them both. On top of that he was said to do sadistic experiments on his patients, screams could be heard from far away. He was also said to be a Satanist and practiced sacrifice and all kinds of other horrifying stuff. But how much of this is true if any of it at all?
The Real Truth Behind Andrew’s Walk
Doctor Schneider was actually a highly decorated and sought after Optometrist. He did live in Clifton Manor with his wife and his child. He was very passionate about animals and had a ton of wildlife on the property. He even opened his own small zoo where he would let people come and visit. He was also said to be a very generous and helpful person. So this story is a good example of a place that’s supposedly haunted by a dark history when in fact it really isn’t. Could the grounds be haunted by something else? Yes, so there could be the possibility that it was haunted way before Doctor Schneider and his family ever got there.
Check out this video we found on this place and the supposed hauntings and let us know your thoughts.
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Source – Escapable