Photo of the Week: Chalfonte Hotel, Cape May, New Jersey

This week’s photo is of the Chalfonte Hotel in Cape May, New Jersey. Built in 1876 by Civil War Colonel Henry Sawyer, this southern-style hotel was originally intended to be a boarding house, and to this day still boasts original antiques and fixtures throughout. Many locations in Cape May are reputed to be haunted, and the […]

Photo of the Week: The Southern Mansion, Cape May, New Jersey

This week’s photo is of the Southern Mansion, in Cape May, New Jersey. Built in 1863 by Philadelphia industrialist George Allen, the house today is reported to be haunted by Allen’s last relative to live in the mansion, Ester Mercur. The house stood in disrepair until 1994, when the Bray/Wildes bought it and restored it […]

Spend A Spine-Tingling Paranormal Weekend In Cape May Beginning Friday The 13th

I love Friday the 13th. The last time it happened I actually blogged about the date itself. This upcoming Friday the 13th, the city of Cape May, NJ, believed by many to be one of the most haunted cities in the country, is hosting a paranormal-theme weekend, funded by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts […]