“A haunted meeting place for entertainers”
The Friars Club was founded in 1904 as a meeting place for entertainers and has achieved legendary status over the years. Its membership includes the likes of Jimmy Fallon, Jon Stewart, Brian Williams, Barbra Streisand, Jerry Seinfeld, Rosario Dawson, Les Moonves, Whitney Cummings, Samuel L. Jackson and Robert De Niro. The Friars Club Monastery is headquartered in Midtown Manhattan in a classic townhouse and is a haven for entertainers young and old. Featured on an episode of Ghost Hunters. The Friars Club is haunted by vaudeville performer Al Kelly, who died of a heart attack in the dining room in 1966. People have witnessed doors opening and closing, as well as mysterious knocks at times.
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