Seabrook-Wilson House (Spy House) - Middletown NJ Real Haunted Place

  • 119 Port Monmouth Road
  • Middletown, NJ
  • 732-787-3033
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Built in 1663 in the town of Port Monmouth, the Seabrook-Wilson House was originally a one room cabin that housed Thomas Whitlock and his family. Extensions were added on, and by the time of the Revolution the building had begun operating as a tavern. British troops were particularly fond of the bar, planning attacks and strategies while there, so the owner took advantage of the situation and relayed their discussions to colonial troops, thus earning the building’s nickname, Spy House.

With centuries of rich history behind it the house has had plenty of time to accumulate spirits of the restless dead, boasting as many as 22 active ghosts. Among the more prevalent specters are a woman dressed in white, commonly seen walking from room to room in search of her crying baby, and a small boy who peers out from the windows. An old, bearded sea captain has been seen wandering about, as has a pirate alleged to be Captain Morgan. Morgan’s ghost has a tendency to threaten child visitors.
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