Collings-Knight House

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The 19th-century Collings-Knight House, built by Edward Zane Collings, is said to be haunted. Witnesses have been spooked by shadow figures, unexplained footsteps and disembodied voices.

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401 Collings Ave
Collingswood, NJ
United States

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39.912018970869, -75.08093529937469
Camden County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Collingswood, NJ (0.7 mi.)
Oaklyn, NJ (0.8 mi.)
Wood-Lynne, NJ (0.9 mi.)
Audubon Park, NJ (1.1 mi.)
Audubon, NJ (1.5 mi.)
Camden, NJ (2.3 mi.)
Gloucester City, NJ (2.3 mi.)
Mount Ephraim, NJ (2.4 mi.)
Golden Triangle, NJ (2.5 mi.)
Haddon Heights, NJ (2.5 mi.)

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  1. I was biking around Oaklyn a few years back when I saw a few flickering lights coming from this house. i wanted to explore so me and , my friends went through a broken window around the back. when we entered all of us instantly got a chill down our spine. we heard some voices and dipped. real spooky

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