Shame it's burned down, but I don't think I'd like to live there.
Publisher's blurb: "Jackson, NJ once held the state's most famous unknown haunted house. The house was well known globally in the urban explorer community, but was virtually unknown outside NJ in the paranormal research community. A victim of arson, the structure lost its upper floor in 2005 and was plowed under a year later.
"Those who visited the house have often told stories of paranormal experiences. In the living room was a bloodstained player piano that was well known for playing music while its automation scroll lay strewn on the floor. The living room was also the site of a strange blue glow, as well as floating balls of light that would chase intruders throughout the house. The back sitting room was known for the names of visitors appearing on the wall. Invisible things ran up and down the stairs and across the attic and skittered within the walls. And on one room upstairs, you could watch a trail of black footprints appear on the ceiling, right before your eyes. Strange cries and the laughter of children were known to emanate from the attic. Getting in and out of the house was a danger, for the property seemed to be guarded by a flock of very agressive crows and at least three groups of people reported being attacked by a man with an axe.
"Two tales of tragedy and horror surround this house. The first tale establishes that the numerous paranormal events are the result of multiple hauntings in the home. They say that back in the 1970's, the last occupant of the home was a pedophile who kidnapped children, molesting and murdering them in that very house. The second tale relates that a married couple composed the final occupants. The husband, a drunk and wifebeater, one day beat his wife within an inch of her life in the kitchen and left her on the floor for dead. A day later, when she began moaning and calling for help, he dragged her to the attic and left her there, where she finally succumbed many days later from her injuries and dehydration."
Author: Dana Jorgensen
Publishers' Reference: ATN03009
PDF, 32 pages
Date: November 2008
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