Steuben House - River Edge NJ Haunted Place
The Steuben House is a historical landmark, having been used by George Washington as a temporary headquarters for a period of just over two weeks during the Revolutionary War. It is also said to be haunted by the ghost of General Von Steuben, whose apparition made a particularly spooky appearance in the 1950s. Steuben was allegedly sitting in a chair when he struck up a conversation with a woman who had been working there. After some time he asked how the war was going; when she told him that the Revolution ended nearly two hundred years prior the ghost appeared confused and promptly disappeared.
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