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Lakes Haunted by Ghosts in New Jersey

Since the beginning of time, man has been haunted by the thoughts of what lies beneath the depths of deep lakes, and eerily dark waters. Here in New Jersey, it's no different - during the day, the shore might be a fun place to enjoy the day, but once the sun sets, what was once a beautiful lakefront view takes on a more sinister look - it's impossible to know just what creatures or monsters are hovering right below the surface. There are plenty of local legends to go along with New Jersey's Haunted Lakes as well - many believe that trapped spirits of those who met a tragic end lurk about New Jersey's most famous lakes at night - are you brave enough to find out for yourself?
 
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  •   Robbins Reef Yacht Club Bayonne, NJ
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    The legend of the Robbins Reef Yacht Club is that a man hanged himself in the upstairs room and witnesses now describe an icy sensation whenever they enter that room while it's dark. Bottles at the bar also seem to hop off the shelves on their own. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Lakes & Waterways | Real Haunted Places

  •   Nellie's Pond Delanco, NJ
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    Nellie's Pond was named after the horse of a Revolutionary War messenger who drowned here quite some time ago. The pond is pretty much dried up today, but locals say you can still hear the cries of the ghostly horse that drowned. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Lakes & Waterways | Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)

  • 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

    Categories: Real Haunted Lakes & Waterways | Real Haunted Hotels & Lodging | Real Haunted Places

  •   Absecon Lighthouse Atlantic City, NJ
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    In 1854, the Powhatan wrecked nearby and killed 311 passengers and crew members, and causing the Absecon Inlet to be nicknamed Graveyard Inlet. The lighthouse was built in an attempt to prevent another tragedy from occurring. It served from 1857 to 1933 and now stands restored. Ghosts have been at the location since 1905, when a keeper saw the Jersey Devil at the top of the tower.... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Lakes & Waterways | Real Haunted Places

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