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Dare to Explore New Jersey's Most Haunted Outdoor Locations

There's something truly eerie about the woods at night. Illuminated only by the moon and the stars, and inhabited by wild creatures, ghosts, and spirits, what might be considered a relaxing walk through the woods during the day turns into a heart-pounding adventure once the sun sets. ##Region##'s Woods have been home to countless legends for ages - from folktales warning of evil spirits lurking behind the dark outlines of trees, to tales of innocent camping trips gone awry, the woods of ##Region## are well known to be home to spirits that are not of this world. Find out where ##Region##'s Most Haunted Woods are, and explore the eerie side of nature - if you dare.
 
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  •   Jenny Jump State Forest Blairstown, NJ
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    Jenny is the ghost that is rumored to wander the grounds of this forest. Legend says that when she was just 9 years old, she was playing on the cliffs, and she was startled by the appearance of a Native American. She yelled out to her father, who told her "Jump, Jenny, jump!" Jenny jumped, listening to the words of her father, and died from the fall. People believe her ghostly form can... Read More

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    The Richard A. Rutkowski Park is where The Elco Naval Division once stored a boat-building factory that churned out nearly 400 PT boats for World War II. A historical marker is all that is left to commemorate the effors that went on at the location. The story says that there was an accident at the factory one day, where a boat fell of its railings, crushing and killing two men. What... Read More

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  •   Hanging Post Cranford, NJ
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    Revolutionary War spies were hanged at the corner of Gallows Hill Road and Brookside Place, where a giant hanging tree once stood. The tree is no longer there but locals say you can still see eerie movements here from a distance. Read More

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  •   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)

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