Neshanic Inn - Murphy's Crocodile Inn

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Formerly Murphy’s Crocodile Inn but now the Neshanic Inn, the 1880s building experiences electrical malfunctions and a shadowy figure in the basement. The inn is located at 102 Woodfern Rd., near the post office and the colorful train station.

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102 Woodfern Rd
Branchburg, NJ
United States

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40.506983, -74.72907900000001
Somerset County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Bloomingdale, NJ (4.3 mi.)
Belle Mead, NJ (4.5 mi.)
Harlingen, NJ (5.4 mi.)
Bradley Gardens, NJ (5.5 mi.)
Skillman, NJ (6.1 mi.)
Raritan, NJ (6.6 mi.)
Flemington, NJ (6.9 mi.)
Blawenburg, NJ (7.0 mi.)
Millstone, NJ (7.4 mi.)
Weston, NJ (7.5 mi.)


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  1. It’s all BS. I lived upstairs for 5+ years. There is nothing haunted about it, besides the fact that the building is dilapidated, falling apart, and dangerous..

  2. two years back my parents and I attended the towns annual yard sale event. mom and I wandered over to a sale across the street from the old train station and dad staying I the truck. my father who doesn’t think on the paranormal often told us after we left that he had seen a man sitting on a bench who vanished before his eyes

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