• New Jersey Edition •



James and Ann Whitall House - Real Haunts in National Park NJ

  • 100 Hessian Ave.
  • National Park, NJ
  • (856)853-5120
Average Review
  (1 review)
Listing Categories
Real Haunted Houses, Real Haunted Museums
Open To Public
Yes - Open To Public
Share Your Experiences
This 1770's house was home to Quakers James and Ann Whitall, and was temporarily used as a field hospital during the Revolutionary War. It is rumored to be haunted by ghostly soliders; witnesses have heard moans, breathing, and voices in the rooms that were used for first aid. Cold spots have been reported as well.
Mouse over photos to see photo credits.
Nearby Real Haunts
Get Directions

View Larger Map

Recently Shared Experiences & Comments

Share Your Experiences
  • Sam is one of the ghost in the Whitall House.

    After the remains of the Hessian soldiers were found on the property, I went to that site on the property to say a Soldier’s Prayer to them. Once I left the property I took my shirt off and I had a scratch that looked like a “V” on my left side and another long scratch on the left side of my chest. Also, near the cannons by the stairs I had a soldier call out to me “Help me?”

    Posted 8/14/22

    Was this review helpful? YES NO

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful

Share Your Experience or Comments - James and Ann Whitall House
  • Click to rate
  • Do not use all capital letters. No profanity.
  • Tell Us About Your Experience(s) at James and Ann Whitall House. Be specific.
  • Administrative use only. Will NOT be displayed
  • Did You Have a Paranormal Experience?
  • Have You Been To This Haunt?

  • Would you recommended to a friend?
Get More Info

Contact Phone #: (856)853-5120

Real Haunt Listing Info

Visitors to this page: 2,343
Clicks to Website: 223
Last edit to this listing: 12/18/2015 (3099 days ago)

Disclaimer: New Jersey Haunted Houses does not endorse or support trespassing to visit real haunts. Before you visit ANY local real haunt, make sure to acquire the appropriate permits and/or permissions, and be respectful of privately owned properties. Countless Haunt Hunters have been arrested, ticketed, and reprimanded by the authorities for trespassing. To avoid this, be sure to get in touch with the property owners before visiting a haunt, and respect their hours of operation, local regulations, and rules for visiting at all times. Happy haunting!
All information on this page was submitted to New Jersey Haunted Houses and was believed to be accurate at the time it was posted. Please report any inaccuracies here.