The Brass Rail - Real Hoboken Haunt
This restaurant is well known for its paranormal activity. Legend says that back in 1904, a bride who was just married tripped at the top of the staircase, breaking her neck and dying. Shortly after her death, the groom took his own life and hanged himself in the an adjacent room. Late at night, it has been said that the bride, groom and some of their guests linger the restaurant. Phone calls with no one on the line have been reported, along with voices, objects being lost or misplaced and items that fall on the ground for no reason.
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