Haunted Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland Counties
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Few places are as obsessed with the paranormal as New Jersey, and the area once known as West Jersey is a hotbed of supernatural activity. The ghost of a young boy in Mannington appears to welcome guests and partygoers to a historic bed-and-breakfast. The tortured soul of a weathered sea pirate remains in Greenwich, still imprisoned after three hundred years. Malevolent spirits haunt the abandoned Salem County Insane Asylum, menacing those who dared venture to the solitary confinement rooms in the basement. Paranormal investigator and researcher Kelly Lin Gallagher-Roncace shares frightening New Jersey folklore that makes for great fireside storytelling.
The History Press
: 9781467136242
: The History Press
: 08/28/2017
: New Jersey
: Haunted America
: 63 Black And White
: 144
: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
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Kelly Lin Gallagher-Roncace is an entertainment and features writer for NJ Advance Media and NJ.com living in Pennsville Township, New Jersey. Kelly started her writing career as a news reporter at the Today’s Sunbeam—a newspaper that covered Salem County. She switched directions and became a features writer for the Today’s Sunbeam’s sister paper, the Gloucester County Times in 2009. In 2012, the two newspapers, in addition to the News of Cumberland County, merged to become the South Jersey Times, covering all three western New Jersey counties—Salem, Cumberland, and Gloucester. It was during her tenure there that she began writing about the unexplained in the weekly column, “Paranormal Corner.” In 2015, Kelly received a third place in entertainment column writing in the New Jersey Press Association awards. In 2016, Kelly was asked to join NJ Advance Media’s entertainment team and now enjoys writing about paranormal legends and happenings throughout the state.
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