Fauntleroy's spirit in the window looking out toward graveyard where he suffered the mortal blow.
2. Ayers-Allen House, Metuchen: The former tavern was host to a number of ghosts, including a Revolutionary War soldier who may have hung himself there and the ghost of the innkeeper's wife who is said to be searching for her kidnapped son. It is a private home today.
4. Nellie's Pond, Delanco: A Revolutionary War messenger aboard his horse, Nellie, drowned in a pond in what is now Delanco. The pond was named for Nellie, and though it is mostly dried up today, some believe you can still hear the horse's anguished cries at the site where the horse and rider perished.
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