Easton Tower - Red Mill - Real Paramus Haunt
Commonly mistaken as the "Red Mill", the Easton Tower was built in the 1900s and commissioned by Manuel Rionda as a tribute to his wife. Legend has it that Rionda's wife committed suicide by climbing to the top and jumping off the tower after seeing her husband with another woman. Some visitors say that you can summon her ghost by circling the tower at night. Others have heard strange noises from the building and seen other ghastly apparitions.
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