For people on a haunt for a horrific adventure, New Jersey can be a great place to start. There are several places within the Garden State that could raise the hair at the back of one’s head, and leave one sleepless after a spooky adventure.
The website The Haunted Room came up with a list of ten spookiest places within NJ. Topping their list is Clinton Road in Milford.
“Clinton Road in Milford is well known as being the most haunted road in America and it is not at all difficult to understand why! It seems like there are supernatural tales from every single area of the paranormal linked to Clinton Road including devil worshipers, witches, ghosts and strange creatures! There has been at least one documented murder victim discovered here, a victim of mob hitman Richard ‘Iceman’ Kuklinski.”
Read the nine other places that made it to their list here.
Creepy Places in NJ
NJ.com has its own share of ten creepiest places within New Jersey. The Spy House at Port Monmouth was one of the poky New Jersey spots that they featured in their list. State of New Jersey Official Website
“Often dubbed ‘the most haunted house in America,’ the Spy House has long been the home of ghostly apparitions and paranormal presences. Proprietor Thomas Seabrook spied on British troops during the Revolutionary War, and pirates buried their dead in the cellar. The house has been called ‘The Grand Central of Ghosts.’ The Seabrook-Wilson Homestead, as it’s also known, now houses the Bayshore Waterfront Park Activity Center, which will host upcoming programs on seals and snowy owls.”
Take a look at the rest of the creepy places that made it to their list here.
Thrill to Shrill
Thrillist.com also came up with their own version of spookiest places in and around the state. Snake Hill in Secaucus is part of the list. New Jersey Tourism Authority
“Snake Hill was once home to a ‘lunatic asylum,’ and while developments in modern medicine helped shut down such institutions, they did little in the way of clearing bad juju; During road construction in 2002, thousands of human remains were discovered on the property. Those spirits are understandably pissed. Now their wrath is palpable in what has since been renamed Laurel Hill State Park.”
The whole article can be found here.
New Jersey has more haunted places to explore, and it is up to the person to go through each creepy spot.