Union Cemetery - Hackettstown NJ Real Haunted Place

  • East Ave.
  • Hackettstown, NJ
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This old cemetery dates back to 1859 and is the burial place of Tillie Smith, a murder victim that lived at Centenary College. She was believed to have been murdered by her husband, James Titus, who ended up serving 19 years in prison before he was paroled and released in December, 1904. People have reported seeing a girl in white walk along the road, sometimes getting in the car with you if you ask her if she needs a ride. She then disappears shortly after. EVP's have also been captured by her tombstone.
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