Red Mill Museum Village - Real Haunted Place
Paranormal activity has been reported and said to be haunted by the people who died of work-related deaths; when the mill was first constructed there were no guards or safety measures, making workplace injury a common occurrence.
Tour guests have often remarked to staff regarding a re-enactor on the third floor—an old man in period clothing, wearing a black hat that doesn’t talk—but the museum has never employed any re-enactors, according to reporting from the Hunterdon County Democrat.. Several children who died near the mill are also believed to haunt this location. This haunt is so active it was featured on Ghost Hunters.
Today the property serves as a museum and it is also marked as a national registered historic place. On the 10-acre site sits the mill, the quarry village buildings, and other historic buildings like a one-room schoolhouse and carriage shed.
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Tim leads an expert haunted tour
Even though nothing paranormal occurred to me, it was a fascinating, supernatural experience!Posted 8/13/17
Touch by ?????
Took a tour today , while on the second floor close to the mill gears I felt some touch the back of my neck , look up right away thinking I walked into a spider web , but no webs anywhere . ?????????Posted 3/12/16