Tag: #ghosthunt

Haunted Historic Whitehill Mansion – Paranormal and Spirits

The Whitehill Mansion, in Fieldsboro New Jersey, is a local haunted historic jaunt for us – one we have visited, toured and investigated for paranormal activity several times now.  The beauty of this home and the history it has to share keeps drawing me back.  This stately historic home, circa 1723, overlooks the majestic Delaware

Burlington County Prison Museum – Haunted Mt. Holly

HISTORY Mount Holly, New Jersey is a bustling small town full of character and history. Flowing through the town is a tributary of the Delaware River – the Rancocas Creek. The main thoroughfare – High Street – is filled with quant little shops and restaurants, including a micro-brewery that serves amazing Craft Beer and several

Bobby Mackay’s Music World – A Haunting Experience

On the outskirts of Newport, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio is a small-town named Wilder that has a population of around 3,000 people. Wilder, KY is a small unassuming town that has quite an interesting history and it seems ready to tell it to anyone willing to open up and listen. The surrounding areas were once

Whitehill Mansion Haunted History Tour

A major thoroughfare on the Atlantic Coast, the Delaware River is both beautiful and tumultuous at times. Throughout history many towns and communities have sprung up along the river and thrived because of the many benefits it offers. One of these communities – a picturesque small town called Fieldsboro in New Jersey with a population

Haunted: The Inn of the Hawke – Lambertville, NJ

It started out as a magical evening – a starry December night that had just a slight chill in the air, beautiful historical homes dressed in their best Christmas attire, sparkling colored lights shining everywhere. Driving into this adorable little town you can’t help but be swept up in the feel of it – the

Lizzie Borden B&B, Fall River MA 2018

“Lizzie Borden took an axe Gave her mother forty whacks When she saw what she had done She gave her father forty-one” A lot of us grew up singing this rhyme (admit it, you knew the tune and sang along as you read).  Maybe you sang it with a jump rope or clapping with a
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