James and Ann Whitall House - Real Haunted Place
- 100 Hessian Ave.
- National Park, NJ
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.
Photo by the American Battlefield Protection Program, via Flickr, https://www.flickr.com/photos/abppnps/14540883037/
Photo by Lee Lilly, via Flickr, https://www.flickr.com/photos/the00rig/3668900163/
Photo by Lee Lilly, via Flickr, https://www.flickr.com/photos/the00rig/3668905879/
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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
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