Question by  excapevelocity (14)

Is the Union Hotel really haunted?

It's in Flemington, New Jersey.


Answer by  jennyanydots (294)

The Union Hotel in Flemington, New Jersey, became famous in the 1930's when it housed the jury and journalists involved in the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial. There have been many reports of unearthly children singing, locked doors flinging open to let in a ghostly chill, and children's shoes seen walking the halls, leading to a haunted reputation.


Answer by  MathWiz (1408)

It certainly appears to be. Sightings of all kinds of strange happenings have been reported by former employees for years. Considering all of the people coming and going there through the 1800s, I guess a few residents stayed. It's sad that it's no longer open, it's a beautiful building. Maybe Ghost Hunters will check it out on a future episode.

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