Allaire Village - Farmingdale NJ Real Haunt

  • 4254 Atlantic Ave.
  • Farmingdale, NJ
  • (732) 919-3500
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Allaire Village is a 1800s living history museum and is believed to be haunted by Hal Allaire, the son of James Peter Allaire. The spirit supposedly lingers in the Big House and plays pranks on the employees by moving objects or messing with candles. Another spirit that is believed to wander the home is that of Oscar Smith. Reports say his ghost can be found in the Manager's House and that he enjoys spelling out names using children's toy blocks. Email Haunt
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