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New Jersey's Confirmed Haunted Cemeteries - Ghost Sightings, Apparitions & Paranormal Phenomena Confirmed

What's scarier at night than a graveyard? One that's haunted. Across New Jersey, there are numerous cemeteries that are believed to be haunted, where spirits reportedly lurk at night, and refuse to accept their grave as a final resting place. If you're feeling brave, you might want to go on a ghost tour of a local cemetery, where an expert can tell you all about the spirits that have been known to haunt your local graveyards, as well as the haunted history of the location.
 
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  •   Eglington Cemetery Clarksboro, NJ
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    The Eglington Cemetery is believed to be haunted and is a location where paranormalists have reported hearing unexplained noises and detected a bunch of electronic voice phenomena. Read More

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  • Union Cemetery Hackettstown, NJ
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    Union Cemetery dates back to 1859 and is the burial place of Matilda Smith, also known as Tillie Smith. Smith worked and lived at Centenary College as a kitchen maid. On April 9, 1886, when Smith was only 18-years-old, she was found raped, beaten, and strangled to death – left on the open field outside the Taylor Library on the college campus, according to Read More

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  •   Lakeview Memorial Park Cinnaminson, NJ
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    At Lakeview Memorial Park, there is an area that is specifically for the graves of children. It is here that people have witnessed boy and girl spirits, who sometimes leave footprints on the ground. The tower on site is another spot that is believed to be visited by some supernatural beings. Read More

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  •   Ringwood Manor Ringwood, NJ
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    Ringwood Manor was first built in 1740, but it took years and a change of ownership before it turned into the sprawling 51-room mansion that stands today. Today the manor is a museum open for tours, but at one point it belonged to General Robert Erskine, who ran an iron works and was also the Geographer and Surveyor-General (map maker) for George Washington during the... Read More

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    Also known as the Old Burying Ground, this cemetery has been around since 1722. Its grounds are rumored to have a ton of ghostly presences. Strange shadows have been seen, along with mists or orbs in photographs that were taken on site. Reports also say that there is the unexplained sound of a ticking clock. Read More

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  •   St. Mary's Cemetery Boonton, NJ
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    Locals tell ghost stories of this cemetery, saying that it is the home to "glowing gravestones" if you wander the grounds late at night. Read More

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    Piscatawaytown Burial Ground saw its first two graves in 1693 when two brothers died from having eaten poisonous mushrooms. Over the years many more men and women have been buried here, including Revolutionary soldiers who are said to still haunt the grounds. Piscatawaytown is said to be the final resting place of an 18th century witch. Mary More, who was accused of witchcraft and... Read More

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