Hunt Homestead

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Hunt Homestead, circa 1758, is famous for being the wintering spot for 60 Revolutionary War cavalry horses. It’s also rumored to be home to a ghost. The woman’s apparition, wearing a dark hood, passes by the kitchen window toward the back door, then vanishes. The ghost has traveled this route hundreds of times since the building’s 1976 renovation; her identity is unknown.

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80 County Rd. 627
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
United States

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40.59953971607283, -75.17975118738832
Warren County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Finesville, NJ (0.8 mi.)
Riegelsville, PA (0.9 mi.)
Raubsville, PA (2.6 mi.)
Alpha, NJ (4.8 mi.)
Milford, NJ (4.9 mi.)
Glendon, PA (5.5 mi.)
Old Orchard, PA (5.9 mi.)
Bloomsbury, NJ (6.2 mi.)
West Easton, PA (6.2 mi.)
Easton, PA (6.5 mi.)


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  1. Carpentersville Road railroad crossing. An apparition of a man paces back and forth the length of the crossing when there are trains present. I’ve seen this myself. Can be seen in day or night time.

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