The Flanders Hotel

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The ghost at this historic hotel is known as Emily or the Lady in White. She is most often seen at the Hall of Mirrors. Reports say a portrait of her can be seen inside the hotel.

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Geographic Information

Address:
719 E 11th St
Ocean City, NJ 08226
United States

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GPS:
39.274578, -74.57601499999998
County:
Cape May County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Ocean City, NJ (0.2 mi.)
Somers Point, NJ (3.1 mi.)
Longport, NJ (3.9 mi.)
Linwood, NJ (4.5 mi.)
Margate City, NJ (5.3 mi.)
Northfield, NJ (6.8 mi.)
Ventnor City, NJ (7.0 mi.)
Strathmere, NJ (7.0 mi.)
Pleasantville, NJ (8.4 mi.)
Corbin City, NJ (9.8 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://theflandershotel.com/

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  1. I was there with a friend. I saw a women’s figure and said ‘hi’ (being an idiot) and then there was a loud moan we both ran and went back. It was a beautiful place but very dark and nerve racking!

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