Morristown, New Jersey – It has been 18 days since Halloween has come and gone. Most of the candy is gone and eyes are now set on Christmas. No one told the ghosts in Morristown, New Jersey, who still remain. If you want to see for yourself, all you need to do is show up at the historic Frelinghuysen Mansion on November 18th.
The Island Paranormal Society, a small, dedicated organization from Long Island, is hosting a paranormal adventure at the mansion to teach interested persons about ‘ghost hunting’. The society members, who are all very passionate about the study of ghosts and unexplained paranormal phenomenon, will give attendees a lesson on the different methods and equipment they use to conduct a paranormal study.
The Frelinghuysen Mansion is reported to be haunted. Over the years several investigations have been conducted at the mansion. Society director, Matthew Haas, says they were “surprised at how much evidence they were able to record during the investigations”.
The mansion was built in 1891 by Brewer, George Griswold Frelinghuysen where he lived with his wife Sarah Ballantine, the daughter of another wealthy brewer.
During the paranormal event, attendees will be broken into smaller groups and taken to areas of the mansion where paranormal activity has been reported and recorded. Once the tours and mini-investigations are complete, the group reassembles and compares notes.
Learning about, and experiencing the ghosts of Frelinghuysen Mansion is not free. It will cost just over $50 per person but it sounds like it will be money well spent, and who knows, maybe you will meet a ghost or hear something spooky.