John F. Craig House Bed and Breakfast

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Although this bed-and-breakfast is reportedly no longer open for business, folks who have been employed here or stayed here in the past have said that rooms 4 and 5 are haunted by two spirits. Room 4, known as the Susan Craig Room, was said to be haunted by the spirit of a little girl, unknown, who had red hair. Room 5, the Lucy Johnson Room, was haunted by Lucy herself. Interestingly enough, Lucy was said to be a very helpful ghost who was known to sew missing buttons back onto the garments of guests who stayed in the room.

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    609 Columbia Ave
    Cape May, NJ 08204
    United States

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    38.932076, -74.92009100000001
    Cape May County, New Jersey
    Nearest Towns:
    Cape May, NJ (0.8 mi.)
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