Whitlock Seabrook-Wilson Homestead

WHITLOCK SEABROOK - WILSON HOMESTEAD
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The story of the Whitlock Seabrook-Wilson Homestead.

The Whitlock Seabrook Wilson homestead can be found in Port Monmouth, New Jersey. Many people know this home as the name of the Spy House; however, this was not the home that was used to spy on the British Navy, as they believed.

The homestead was a small one-room cabin in 1648 and throughout history was remodeled and more rooms were added. Today, you can visit the homestead, which is called the Spy House Museum and has exhibits of the history and heritage of the Bay Shore area.

However, you may be surprised when you go for a tour if you are not ready to see a ghost and experience some strange occurrences. On the second floor a lady, dressed in white, comes down the stairs from the attic and walks in the rooms known as the Blue and White rooms. She will lean over a crib and seem to be straightening something. Some believe it is a quilt that she is moving about. She will then turn and disappear.

In 1975, during a tour in this room, the sewing machine opened and began to sew without anyone in the room touching the foot treadle.

Other visitors have seen a man on the first floor in the front vestibule in a top hat with a full beard.

You can visit the museum at 119 Port Monmouth Road and see what ghost appear while you are there.


Whitlock Seabrook-Wilson Homestead

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