Sussex County Hauntings and Other Strange Phenomena: Part I
Sussex County Hauntings
Something is definitely stirring in the buildings of Sussex and all around the county, and the stories about them can be found in these pages if you are fearless enough to read them. Join Eleanor as she tours through Sussex County. Enjoy haunts and history about the VanHouten Farmhouse in Newton, Van Bunschooten Museum in Wantage, Waterloo Village, Kittatinny Valley State Park, Sterling Hill Mine and Museum in Ogdensburg, Camp Sussex in Vernon, and many other places. Click here to view the gallery.
“They stopped dead in their tracks. They saw a black, featureless Nosferatu-like figure with tree-like limbs hovering over Gladys in her bed. She immediately flicked the light switch on, and the thing turned its head in their direction. Piercing, red eyes stared wickedly back at them. It must have been at least 6 to 7 feet tall, but immediately shrunk down and slipped out the window and disappeared. Gladys looked desperately at them. “You saw that!” she screeched, her eyes begging for confirmation and validation. The women began to cry. Jaime was shaking uncontrollably. She asserts it was not human, nor had it ever been."
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If you love the paranormal , you will love this book! Each section combines history and chills! A must have!
I loved the book so much. I travel through the county looking at sites with an all new perspective.
Some I often wondered about were featured in the book giving me my answers. I’m looking forward to a Book Two.
I was thrilled to see a book about the hauntings in my county! This book does not disappoint!
I learned about so many new haunted places. Hoping for another one soon with some Montague stories!
Finally a book that focuses on the most beautiful part of the state.
I was not born in Sussex County but relocated here because of its tranquility and rural setting.
Add that to my love of horror and some great local lore and you have a great book that focuses on the counties local legends.
Up here in the western corner, we have our own unique stories to tell, and so do our ghosts.