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Hotels in New Jersey That are Really Haunted

If you're feeling particularly brave, and you're not afraid of what goes bump in the night, then spending an evening at one of New Jersey's Haunted Hotels is the perfect way to test your bravery. As many legends begin, it was a dark and stormy night when many of the Haunted Hotels across New Jersey gained their supernatural status, and many of these haunted hotels claim that visitors can still see, hear, and even touch the phantoms that plague their properties. Haunted Hotels can be a ton of fun to stay at, but if you're weak of heart, don't plan on sleeping through the night!
 
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  •   Trump Taj Mahal Atlantic City, NJ
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    This Atlantic City hotel is reportedly the home to a ghost who appears every night around midnight. It is believed to be the spirit of a man who jumped from the tenth floor, killing himself. Read More

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  •   Olde Columbus Inne Columbus, NJ
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    The Olde Columbus Inne no longer operates but the building still stands and it is believed to be one of the most haunted locations in all of New Jersey. Ghosts have been seen here, including that of a 19th-century orphan girl who used to work at the location. Unexplained noises have also been reported by the jail cell. Read More

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  • Inn of the Hawke Lambertville, NJ
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    This inn was built in the 1860s and is rumored to be the home to a few different ghosts. Strange occurrences and noises have been reported, one being in the kitchen, where pots and pans have been lifted off their hooks before crashing onto the floor. Photos on the walls of the inn have also reportedly been knocked off. Read More

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  •   Old Canal Inn Nutley, NJ
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    Established in 1934, the Old Canal Inn remains open and active to this day. In addition to serving patrons food and drink, the Inn is also the site of an unusual incident in which two men fought at length over a particular seat in the restaurant. Both men died ten days later. Old Canal Inn still has the seat in a roped-off area, and uses it as a namesake for its “Death Seat Burger... Read More

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  •   Vernon Inn Vernon, NJ
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    The Vernon Inn Restaurant and Pub has been serving up classic American fare and spirits for years. Drinks do not seem to be the only spirits in this early-19th century building, however, as many guests have reported witnessing strange phenomena. Doors have been known to open or close and lights to flicker on and off without any human contact, and some people have even seen strange... Read More

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  •   Dunellen Hotel Duenllen, NJ
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    A guest of the Dunellen Hotel claims to have captured a ghostly photo of a Victorian woman and a boy on her oPhone while in the basement bar. Read More

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  •   Cape May Cape May, NJ
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    Cape May is host to a variety of haunted places, making it the perfect spot to go on a ghost tour! One such haunt is the Washington Inn, where you may hear the mysterious voice of an elderly woman, or witness a ghostly little girl named Elizabeth call out the names of the wait staff. Hotel Macomber is said to be haunted by the ghosts of both former guests and employees. Guests have... Read More

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  •   Ye Olde Centerton Inn Elmer, NJ
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    This inn is reportedly the home to two ghosts, a little girl who can be heard crying in the upstairs dining room, and a former maitre d' who has been known to create cold spots in the same dining room. Read More

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  •   The Grenville Hotel Bay Head, NJ
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    Ghostly children are said to play and laugh in the halls of this hotel, full-body apparations and the sounds of bustling activity in empty rooms has also occurred. People have been claiming the hotel has been haunted for years. Read More

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  •   Dr. Jonathan Pitney House Absecon, NJ
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    Now operating as a bed and breakfast, this location was settled by Dr. Pitney in 1820. He is often referred to as "the father of Atlantic City," as he was the first who saw the possibilities of Atlantic City as a premier resort city. Pitney was credited for bringing the railroad to Atlantic City. Guests who have stayed at the private cottage have reported hearing an unexplained sound of... Read More

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  •   Columbus Inn Mansfield, NJ
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    This inn/restaurant is no longer in business but locals believe it is still haunted. TV shows and newspaper articles have featured the location, which some believe was the bithplace of the Jersey Devil. Read More

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  •   The Publick House Chester, NJ
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    Now the Publick House, this location was originally the Brick Hotel that was built in 1810. It is rumored to be haunted by spirits, phantom perfumes, cold spots, growing noises and other strange phenomena. Read More

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  •   Surf City Hotel Surf City, NJ
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    Spirits have been seen at this late 1800s hotel, along with the sound of unexplained voices. Some believe that the hauntings come from a shipwreck of the Powhattan in 1854, which killed around 300 people. Bodies from the wreck were kept in the building for a while, and it is believed that the then-owner Edward Jennings robbed their bodies. The spirits of a mother and child have been... Read More

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    This location is now the Tamaracks Country Villa, and was once the Colby Mansion. The Villa began operating in 1909 when it was turned into a castle. Local teens tell the legend of a rich man who once lived here and was entangled in the occult. He killed his family, and their spirits are said to linger the grounds. Read More

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  •   Union Hotel Flemington, NJ
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    Originally an attraction for high society, the Union Hotel and Restaurant not only catered to the wealthy, but ghosts and poltergeists. Though the hotel closed to guests in 2008, former employees have reported a variety of paranormal happenings. One waitress heard an otherworldly voice humming a lullaby while she was carrying a register drawer upstairs to an office; she dropped the... Read More

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  • Shades of Death Road Allamuchy Township, NJ
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    This road not only has a creepy name but it sure does live up to it, so the story goes! On the southern portion of the road is a large wooded area, that provides shade from the sun and cover from unsuspecting victims’ line of sight. Back in the day, the road’s existence, highwaymen would often hide out here before pouncing on passersby, robbing and killing them in the process. Locals... Read More

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