White Hill Mansion - Fieldsboro NJ Real Haunt

  • 217 Burlington St.
  • Fieldsboro, NJ
  • (609) 298-6344
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"During the Revolutionary War, New Jersey was a site for massive devastation in the colonies. A local patriot and business man, Robert Field, was head of the Committee of Correspondence in an attempt to gain representation in British Parliament. Field drowned in the Delaware River in 1775 under suspicious circumstances. He left his young wife Mary to care for their home and defend it against British and then Hessian invasion.

Over the next 200 plus years, the home housed a U.S. Senator, as well as entrepreneurs and rum runners. It was also once abandoned and used as a bordello. For almost 70 years, it was the upscale Glenk's White Hill Mansion Restaurant Bar & Grill, The Mansion and finally the White Hill Mansion Restaurant.

Tours are available of the location and ghost hunt bookings as well. It has been reported that you may be able to see a black shadow that wanders around the basement. Or maybe Mr. Glenk talking in the attic. The voices of visitors have also been reported, coming from nowhere."
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