Gabreil Daveis Tavern - Glendora NJ Real Haunted Place
A historic tavern build in 1756, this building was temporarily designated a hospital by General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Blood stains still remain in the attic from when wounded soldiers were treated here. Witnesses say they sometimes see ghosts through the windows and can hear spirits when they enter inside.
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