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Real Haunted Places Across New Jersey

Across ##Region##, there are countless locations that are believed to be haunted, ranging from houses & hotels, to lighthouses, roadways, and wooded areas - ghosts and spirits don't seem to discriminate when it comes to what locations they're haunting! Find out all about New Jersey's unique haunted locales, many of which are open to the public, and if you're feeling very brave, visit one of these exciting haunted places!
 
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  • Van Wickle House Somerset, NJ
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    The Van Wickle House, which was built in 1722 by Symen Van Wickle House sits at the base of the Delaware and Raritan Canal near the Raritan River. Under the National Register of Historic Places, it’s also known as The Meadows. In 1757 an unfortunate event occurred; on March 3rd, 1757, the home was given to Evert and Cornelia Van Wickle as a wedding present and on that same day they... Read More

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  • Clinton Road West Milford, NJ
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    Located in West Milford, Clinton Road is a 10-mile desolate stretch of roadway predominantly surrounded by undeveloped woodland. Over the years this street has given rise to many rumors and ghostly sightings, and had been the site of some several tragedies as well. One of the most common ghost stories shared is that of a dead young boy who hangs under the bridge at Dead Man’s Curve.... Read More

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  •   Absecon Lighthouse Atlantic City, NJ
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    The Absecon Lighthouse overlooks the Absecon Inlet. It stands as the tallest lighthouse in New Jersey, at 171 feet and 228 steps. It served from 1857 to 1933 and now stands restored. It was built to prevent the tragedy of 1854 from happening again. In 1854, the Powhatan wrecked nearby and killed 311 passengers and crew members, and causing the Absecon Inlet to be nicknamed Graveyard... Read More

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  • Leeds Point Pine Barrens Leeds Point, NJ
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    Leeds Point, a small community in the Pine Barrens, is quite literally the birthplace of the Jersey Devil. For hundreds of years now, legend has it that a mythical beast lived within the Pine Barrens. According to The New Jersey Historical Society, legend has it that a woman by the name of Deborah Smith... Read More

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  • Vernon Inn Vernon, NJ
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    The Vernon Inn Restaurant and Pub has been serving up classic American fare and spirits for years. Drinks do not seem to be the only spirits in this early-19th century building, however, as many guests have reported witnessing strange phenomena. Doors have been known to open or close and lights to flicker on and off without any human contact, and some people have even seen strange... Read More

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  • Rowan University Glassboro, NJ
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    The first building constructed on Rowan University’s campus, Bunce Hall, has long been the subject of local ghost stories. Elizabeth Tohill, a dramatic arts teacher for whom the school’s theater is named, has been seen at rehearsals by students and allegedly attends every stage production despite being dead. Thomas Whitney, a wealthy glass manufacturer, is also said to haunt the campus... Read More

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  •   Cape May Cape May, NJ
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    Cape May is known as “The Nation’s Oldest Seashore Resort,” but it is also host to a variety of haunted places! Cape May makes a perfect spot to go on a ghost tour with numerous haunts. Some of the hotel haunts include Washington Inn, where you may hear the mysterious voice of an elderly woman, or witness a ghostly little girl named Elizabeth call out the names of the wait staff. At... Read More

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  • Proprietary House Perth Amboy, NJ
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    Built between 1762 and 1764, the Proprietary House was once home to William Franklin, the last Royal Governor of New Jersey and illegitimate son of Benjamin Franklin. The building suffered massive damage in a mysterious fire around the time of the Revolutionary War; it was later repaired and briefly flourished as a hotel before the War of 1812 killed local tourism. It was since changed... Read More

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  •   Sketch Club Players Theatre Woodbury, NJ
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    Built in 1889 as the West End School, this building operated under its original purpose for many years before eventually being purchased by the Sketch Club Players in 1951 and converted into a community theater. Over the years, guests and theater members have witnesses a variety of paranormal happenings. Witnesses have seen weird shadows and heard unusual voices; many also report... Read More

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    On May 6th, 1937, German airship LZ 129 Hindenburg caught fire and crashed to the ground in attempt to land at the Lakehurst Naval Air Station. Known as the Hindenburg Tragedy, the crash took the lives of 35 of the 96 aboard the aircraft, including both passengers and crewmen. After the incident the Lakehurst Hangar was temporarily re-purposed as a morgue. Had the airship not burned,... Read More

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  • Devil's Tower Alpine, NJ
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    The Devil's Tower was built in 1910 by a millionaire sugar importer named Manuel Rionda. Before it received the name Devil's Tower, it was formally known as Rio Vista. According to reporting from Forbes, the tower was built and dedicated to Rionda’s wife, Harriet Rionda, who was buried on nearby land but... Read More

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    Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital opened its doors in 1931 and remained active for nearly 70 years by the State of New Jersey. Between its cottages and building, it accommodated about 800 patients of all ages. By 1978, the hospital only treated adults and adolescents. Many patients died while at the hospital, prompting the designation of a cemetery on campus grounds for bodies that went... 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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  •   Steuben House River Edge, NJ
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    The Steuben House, also known as the Zabriskie-Steuben House, is a historical landmark, having been used by George Washington as a temporary headquarters for a period of just over two weeks during the Revolutionary War in September 1780. During that time, 14,000 soldiers also camped nearby. New Bridge ended up serving as a battleground, fort, encampment ground, military headquarters,... Read More

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    On Herman Street in East Rutherford there is an old abandoned factory which is every bit as creepy as it appears. Passersby have reported seeing a ghost moving about the factory. Those who peek into the factory windows are quickly chased away by this angry spirit. Read More

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  • Shades of Death Road Allamuchy Township, NJ
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    This 7-mile, two-lane road in Warren County, New Jersey is appropriately named Shades of Death Road for the numerous deaths that have occurred along this road and for the reports of unnatural forces. The road runs along the tree lines of Jenny Jump State Forest and just off the road (south of the I-80 overpass) sits Ghost Lake. To the right of Ghost Lake is a small cave that was once... Read More

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  •   Elizabeth V. Edwards School Barnegat, NJ
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    Elizabeth V. Edwards School in Barnegat has seen so much paranormal activity that it was investigated by the Ghost Hunters in 2014. Strange occurrences include disembodied voices, pictures flying off of tables, and an inexplicable scent of chocolate arising from the second floor hallway. There is also a ghost who turns lights on and off, makes calls from the school phone, and turns off... Read More

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  •   Union County Courthouse Elizabeth, NJ
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    Located next to a cemetery, the Union County Courthouse has long been said to be haunted. Hannah Caldwell, the first woman to die during the American Revolution, is buried here next to her husband, Reverend James Caldwell. Her death still the subject of a historical dispute. On one side, it is believed that she was mistaken for a redcoat and shot, while others believe that she was... Read More

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    Camden County College was founded in 1967 as a Catholic seminary. As the legend has it, a monk allegedly hanged himself in Jefferson Hall and now haunts the third floor. There are different accounts of the haunting, including reports of a shadow moving across the hallways during after hours, flickering lights, and door-slamming sounds. Some students with night classes in the... Read More

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    This library is rumored to be haunted by a former librarian. Lights have been known to turn on and off by themselves, and books move on their own. Locals have seen the spirit of an elderly woman in the window and also in the adjacent garden. Read More

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  •   Old Canal Inn Nutley, NJ
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    Established in 1934 as JoJos Tavern, it changed its name to the Old Canal Inn in 1948 when it was bought over by the Skorupski family. It continues to remain open and active to this day. While serving patrons food and drink, the Inn is also known for a local legend. It is the place where the Death Chair is housed. Rumor has it that an unusual incident occurred at the inn involving... Read More

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  •   Burlington County Prison Mount Holly, NJ
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    The Burlington County Prison is a large stone structural building from 1811. It now serves as a museum, but there’s no doubt that there’s much more to it. Haunted spirits are believe to be present. The Burlington Prison was active for over 150 years before it closed in 1965. In the early 19th century it was state law for those convicted of capital crimes to be executed in the county... Read More

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    Built in 1751, the Old Dutch Parsonage was moved to its current location in 1913. The location is rumored to be quite haunted, with banging, objects being moved around in the night and screaming. The Wallace House is also believed to have a friendly spirit that taps your shoulders or tugs on clothing of guests and guides during tours. During the Revolutionary War, this is the location... Read More

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  • The Devil's Tree Martinsville, NJ
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    In a field on Mountain Road in Martinsville there is a solitary oak tree filled with dead limbs that never sprout foliage. The tree is said to be cursed, and anyone who attempts to cut it down will not only fail but also come to an untimely end. It is said that a local farmer once went berserk, killing his entire family and then going to the Devil’s Tree to hang himself. Some also... Read More

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  • Kean University Union, NJ
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    Kean University was established in 1855 in Newark and was originally named the Newark Normal School. In 1958, Kean College moved to Union and then became Kean University in 1997. It is said the school is haunted by ghosts. Among the areas of the school haunted include the Wilkins Theater. According to 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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  •   Robbins Reef Yacht Club Bayonne, NJ
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    The legend of the Robbins Reef Yacht Club is that a man hanged himself in the upstairs room and witnesses now describe an icy sensation whenever they enter that room while it's dark. Bottles at the bar also seem to hop off the shelves on their own. Read More

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  •   Allaire Village Farmingdale, NJ
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    Allaire Village is an 1800s living history museum located within Allaire State Park. It was known as an iron-producing, factory-town that was a “self-sufficient community,” according to “The Historic Village of Allaire.” The public today can experience how life was back then in the iron industry and some of its ghostly inhabitants. It... Read More

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  •   Conant Park Hillside, NJ
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    Conant Park is said to be haunted by faceless ghosts who drive about the grounds in a van. The spirits will kidnap girls from time to time, but if the girls are released they are too frightened to tell anyone what happened to them. The park is open to the public, but be weary of malevolent spirits if you visit! Read More

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  • Abandoned Warehouses Bridgewater, NJ
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    An evil entity has been seen at this abandoned building and it is known to chase you out of the building and slam doors while you're inside. A woman has also been seen standing by the open window in the back and she yells that "he is after her" and she urges you to run away. Read More

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  •   Hunt Homestead Phillipsburg, NJ
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    The Hunt Homestead was built in 1758 and is most famous for being the wintering spot for the 60 Revolutionary War cavalry horses. It is also believed to be the home of a ghost. The ghost is that of a woman who wears a dark hood and passes by the kitchen window, headed toward the back door. She then disappears. The spirit has reportedly done this routine hundreds of times since the... Read More

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  •   Easton Tower - Red Mill Paramus, NJ
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    Commonly mistaken as the "Red Mill", the Easton Tower was built in the 1900s and commissioned by Manuel Rionda as a tribute to his wife. Legend has it that Rionda's wife committed suicide by climbing to the top and jumping off the tower after seeing her husband with another woman. Some visitors say that you can summon her ghost by circling the tower at night. Others have heard strange... Read More

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  •   NJ Bar and Grill Mine Hill Township, NJ
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    Built in 1854, the NJ Bar and Grill in Mine Hill Township is said to have been the site of a murder. Allegedly a man was killed here by his mistress while he was playing pool. The owners themselves have reported witnessing wine bottles floating in midair before crashing to the ground, strange shadows and cases of the lights turning on and off. The restaurant was investigated on SyFy's... Read More

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  •   Gabreil Daveis Tavern Glendora, NJ
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    The Gabreil Daveis Tavern House has also been known has the Hillman Hospital House. The historic tavern was built in 1756 in Camden County, New Jersey by Gabreil Daveis to house boatmen with Timber Creek nearby. At one point in time, it was temporarily designated a hospital by General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. According to reporting from Read More

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    This building was built in 1908 and houses an 8-story clock tower and some sculptured friezes. It is also believed to be haunted by ghosts and spirit orbs. Theophilus Zurbrugg purchased the building in 1892 when it was the vacant Pavillion Hotel, and turned it into the Philadelphia Watch Case Company. The business grew and an additional building south of the hotel was built in 1908.... Read More

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    Built in the town of Port Monmouth, the Seabrook-Wilson House is one of the oldest surviving houses in the region, according to Monmouth County Park System. The house dates back to around 1650 and was originally a one room cabin that housed Thomas Whitlock and his family. Extensions were added on, and... Read More

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  •   Essex County Hospital Center Cedar Grove, NJ
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    The Essex County Hospital Center that once went by the name of Overbrook Asylum started out in the 1800s as a general hospital and later turned into a psychiatric center in the mid-1920s. Its campus sat in Cedar Grove with 34-buildings, many of which were used to house patients. It served as a new hospital to address the overcrowding that was occurring at Newark... Read More

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  •   Dey Mansion Wayne, NJ
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    Built in the 1700s, Dey (pronounced “dye”) Mansion has seen activity for over 260 years. Known as Bloomsbury Manor at the time of the Revolution, the house played a vital role as it served as Washington’s headquarters twice in 1780 (from July 1-28 and October 8-November 27), according to “Try to Scare Me.” It... Read More

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  •   Old Bernardsville Public Library Bernardsville, NJ
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    Built in 1710, this library is haunted by Phyllis Parker, a tavern owner's daughter. It is said she was in love with a doctor who was hanged for treason and went insane when she found out he died. It is reported that people can hear voices and feel uneasy. Read More

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  •   Winterwood Gift Shoppe Rio Grande, NY
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    Once known as the Hildreth House, this historic building was constructed in 1772 by Joshua Hildreth and it thought to be haunted by a ghost named "Hestor", who was a resident of the building. Visitors have seen flickering lights, heard footsteps, and witnessed objects moving of their own accord. Some have also seen the apparition of Hestor, the ghost who is believed to haunt the... Read More

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  •   Ayers-Allen House Metuchen, NJ
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    The Ayers-Allen House is a historic home that was built in 1740, located in Metuchen, New Jersey. It also goes by the name Allen House Tavern. It is said that it once served as “a tavern where British and Americans met to find common ground over a yard of ale,” according to Read More

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  •   Burnt Mill Road Atco, NJ
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    Found in southern New Jersey, Burnt Mill Road is an incomplete path that branches of another street connected to Rt. 30. The road lasts about 2 miles before coming to a dead stop at the Pine Barrens. According to legend, a young boy once chased his ball out into the middle of this road where he was tragically struck by a car, giving rise to the Atco Ghost. There are several ways... Read More

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  • Berry's Chapel Quinton, NJ
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    According to a 1964 publication, this chapel sits in what was once a small African-American settlement in the pine woods. It now lies in ruins. Many ghost stories have been told about the location, one being that Rev. Berry was hanged or killed his family here. (There is no basis for either rumor) Some believe they have seen a phantom white wolf and have heard creepy sounds coming from... Read More

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  •   Gloucester County Jail Woodbury, NJ
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    The Gloucester County Jail was recently closed and is the location to a numerous amount of deaths, including accidental asphyxiation, drug overdoses and at least 12 suicides. Paranormal investigators have heard unexplained crashes and banging along with clicking sounds that were heard in an EVP session. Read More

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    The Red Mill Museum Village was known as the Red Mill in history. It was built by Ralph Hunt and operated between 1810-1928 as an industrial mill. At its start, it was a mill processing plant for wool and then from 1828 to 1834, it expanded to also grind feed, flour and stone plaster, as well as sold chestnut wood for rails, according to Read More

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  •   White Hill Mansion Fieldsboro, NJ
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    White Hill Mansion in Fieldsboro, New Jersey was built in 1722 by Robert Field. The historical home is known to be one of the most haunted and many paranormal stories exists, including from ghost hunters who’ve entered the home and collected evidence, according to Week in... Read More

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    This restaurant was formerly the Iona Lake Inn and at some time it has also been known as Jake's Italian Restaurant. Today, it is the Lake House, a restaurant nestled on the shore of Iona Lake. It was built in the early half of the 1900’s as a popular inn and summer vacation spot. Rumor has it that its rooms were rented and served as an illegal brothel and that there was a... Read More

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  •   Union Hotel Flemington, NJ
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    Originally an attraction for high society, the Union Hotel and Restaurant not only catered to the wealthy, but ghosts and poltergeists. The hotel with a red brick façade, French-style mansard roof, and two story tall porch was built in 1878. It was made famous by the Lindbergh kidnapping trial, according to Read More

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