Church of St Andrew

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Investigated on an episode of TV’s Ghost Hunters, the centuries-old church once was used as a makeshift Revolutionary War hospital. Witnesses have reported apparitions, unexplained sounds, pictures that fall off walls, footsteps, voices, a feeling of being watched, and an organ that plays by itself.

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40 Old Mill Rd
Staten Island, NY 10306
United States

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40.572848, -74.148077
Richmond County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Staten Island, NY (0.8 mi.)
Bloomfield, NY (3.2 mi.)
Carteret, NJ (4.2 mi.)
Port Reading, NJ (5.9 mi.)
Sewaren, NJ (6.0 mi.)
Linden, NJ (6.1 mi.)
Bayonne, NJ (6.9 mi.)
Elizabeth, NJ (7.1 mi.)
Avenel, NJ (7.2 mi.)
Rahway, NJ (7.2 mi.)

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