Ringwood Manor

RINGWOOD MANOR
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

The story of Ringwood Manor.

Ringwood Manor is in New Jersey. The manor was originally built in the 1700’s with several small buildings all put together to create one large manor. Martin Ryerson built the one you see today in 1807. In the beginning, it was the home to General Erskine the owner of the Iron Works. He was a geographer and surveyor general for General George Washington during the Revolutionary War.

General Erskine died of pneumonia was his grave is located on the grounds of the manor.

The majestic manor overlooks a pretty small pond, is surrounded by unique and picturesque scenery. A perfect place for enjoying a summer picnic, but only during the daylight hours, as ghost abound when the sun goes down.

On the second floor of the manor, a story is told of a housemaid that was beaten to death in a small bedroom. Today, may have heard footsteps, objects falling to the floor, and the soft sounds of a woman crying. The door to the room is often found ajar with the bed messed even when no one was in the room.

On some evenings, if you dare you may witness General Erskine sitting upon his grave looking out over the pond and even French soldiers walking along the shore of the pond speaking to one another in French.


Ringwood Manor

Ringwood Manor

Ringwood Manor

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