St. Ann's and the Holy Trinity Church invites everyone to follow a spiritual path, to find peace and quiet, to participate in civic discourse, to celebrate together arts and music, and to be involved in the service for the common good. It is a historic Episcopal church situated in the Brooklyn Heights in New York and representing an amazing historical point.
It was established as Church of the Holy Trinity in 1847 and opened the same year, and since then many developments have taken place, including its closing after the Second World War, reuniting with St. Ann's Parish in 1969 and many others.
St. Ann's and the Holy Trinity Church is a gorgeous reproduction of the High Victorian Gothic style, and one of the most enigmatic shrines in New York today, so there is a good reason that the Church is considered to be haunted. At least we have to remember, that St. Ann's and the Holy Trinity Church was built upon a former cemetery. So be careful to face the spirits coming there for a prayer.