State Theatre - This history of the theatre began in 1873 when the Northampton Nation Bank was built on the site where the theatre now stands. The bank was demolished and the theatre was
constructed in 1910 and named the Neumeyer Theatre. The name changed several times over the next few years before finally settling with the State. Over the years, the theatre evolved from a
Vaudeville stage to adding a screen for movies while continuing to host live shows of all kinds. Several employees and visitors have reported seeing a ghost of a man. "Freddy", as he has been
affectionately named, is probably J. Fred Osterstock, a distinguished looking gentleman who managed the company that owned the theatre from 1936-1965.   In 2003, the State Theatre honored FRED
by naming the Annual FREDDY AWARDS after him - an awards ceremony that recognizes outstanding achievement in local high school theater. To read the complete story of "Freddie", clink the
link below.

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Cozmo's - Formerly Widow Brown's Inn, Cozmo's is believed to be haunted by a former innkeeper named Marvin. He fell in love with a woman who was also employed there
but he was forbidden to associate with her. In a fit of extreme despair, he supposedly hung himself in the stairwell. His ghostly shadow has been seen throughout the restaurant
by numerous employees and patrons throughout the years.  The stairwell has been sealed off from the top only.
Jim and Carla visit the grave sites of William
Parsons & Mammy Morgan at the Easton Library
Jim and Carla have investigated Cozmo' on two seperate occasions, read about our findings on our investigations page.

The formerly "Widow Brown's Inn" was featured in a book called "Ghost Stories of the Lehigh Valley" by Charles J. Adams III & David J. Seibold published in 1993
Cedar Crest College - the ghost of a girl that committed suicide there haunts Butz Hall.

Constitution Drive - Reports of an apparition of a man that walks with 2 dogs that have red glowing eyes. Believed to be the owner of the dogs, he was run over by a
train losing a leg and bleeding to death.

Hamilton Street - The ghost of a young woman walks down this street late at night near the area where the old Hess's building had been. It is said she was struck and
killed by a car when she attempted to cross the street during the 60's. She stands late at night with a vacant look in her eyes.

Hamilton Street - Magic Tree - People have claimed to have seen strange lights fly in the sky around the tree, and the entire area has a sense that 'something'
happened there. One student took a picture of the tree and a face of an old man appeared in the image.

King George Inn - Believed to be haunted by a ghost named Charlie, who likes to bother people working in the kitchen, drops utensils and moves things around.
Several ghosts reportedly haunt this place. A woman and young child can be seen in the basement, along with a man wearing Revolutionary War type clothing. By an
employee's account, a ghost hunter asked to spend the night alone there once. In the morning, the owner returned to find the ghost hunter's equipment, but the
ghost hunter was never seen afterwards.

Magnolia's Vineyard Restaurant - the ghost of a young woman haunts this building.
Lehigh University - the library is haunted by an elderly man.

Moravian College - The college is very old, dating back to the 1700's. The school has a lot of history behind it. It was a seminary for girls in the 1800's, and supposedly served as a hospital. There is
suppose to be a nurse, that is a spirit of a nurse wandering the halls, also one of the janitors was in the basement one night and saw a man, a wounded man walking aimlessly. He was wearing a bandage on
his head and arm. Also strange lights have been seen there.

Moravian College - Comenius Hall - At night you can see a light going back and forth across the top floor of this hall. It is said to be the ghost of the gentleman the hall is named after.

Moravian College - Music Building - Once known as the single sisters house - The spirit of a revolutionary war nurse haunts these grounds. Students have felt cold spots, seen her figure, and felt as if
being watched. Doors also open and close of their own accord, and footsteps have been heard when no mortal has made them.

Moravian College - Rau Dormitory- In the '60's 3 people hung themselves on the basement floor also known as the pit. It is haunted by these three ghosts. This floor is closed off at all times except
Halloween when they open it for the big haunted house.

Moravian College - Wilhelm Dormitory- At night weird noises that are a mixture of banging and scratching coming from the walls. The walls are cement so It could not have been coming from the next

The Sun Inn - now a restored museum and restaurant. Built prior to the Revolution and visited by many luminaries of that era. The Moravianshad built tunnels to use in case of hostile Indian attacks.
The existence of these tunnels has been substantiated by several witnesses. One of the entrances is in the cellar of the inn. According to legend, Brother Albrecht hid some treasure and wine in a
secret room. His ghost guards the treasure. Cold spots and feeling a presence have been reported.
The Hotel Bethlehem - The hotel is built on a historic site that dates back to the
beginning of the town, back in 1741. Guests and staff at this historic hotel have
experienced quite a few strange happenings over the years.Guests and staff report seeing
apparitions, shadows and unexplained reflections in mirrors and glass. Staff have reported
hearing their names called when no one is there, being tapped on the shoulder, and seeing
pens drop on the front desk from nowhere. Staff have also reported vacuums turning on
and moving across the floor, even when they were not plugged in. The ghosts are generally
believed to be from the Victorian and Colonial eras.
Easton - Papa Johns - The toilet flushes and no one is in the bathroom. The back door always opens. The oven is on in the morning but the managers made sure they were off
the night before. A worker had his girlfriend hired and when she started working there she cheated on him with a couple workers the boyfriend found out and lost it and then he
killed himself in the bathroom

Lehighton - Lehighton Cemetery - it is said that the victims of the Gnaden Huetten Massacre can be seen day or night wandering around the tomb where they are buried and
memorialized. There is an old marker with a flat slab from 1755 that marks the occasion

Lehighton - Railroad Trestle - Local residents say an apparition of a young woman can be found walking along the trestle in white, and then disappears halfway across it as if
heading to Packerton.

Marshals Creek - Indian Museum - This museum is haunted by the mysterious figure of a woman who descends the stairway in the main hall.

New Hope - Hensel Rd - An old man is seen walking up and down the road and a glowing light comes out of the woods hovers over the road then disappears back into the woods.

New Hope - Inn at Phillips Mill - a ghost has been seen on the stairs and in a rocking chair.

New Hope - Logan Inn - numerous ghosts haunt this place including a glowing light in room 6.

New Hope - Odette's Restaurant South River Rd - Some of the staff here at Odette's have seen a figure of a women that was supposed to have worked at the restaurant before it was named Odette's
possible it was during the time it was the River House Restaurant the women was to have been murdered there, but we can't seem to find any accounts of a murder. Some the wait staff have not only seen
figures but have also felt cold spots, their name called, and a scent of a strong perfume.

New Hope - The VanSant Bridge - The covered bridge is haunted by the ghost of a woman who killed her child inside the bridge. Also, the figure of a man can be seen hanging from the inside beams.

New Hope - Steven Buck Auditorium - Behind the curtain strange sounds, braking mirrors, and shadowy movements.

New Hope - Pickett House - Joseph Pickett has been seen in and around his former home. New Wilmington - Westminster College - Hillside Girls Dormitory - Witnesses report strange occurrences such
as opening and closing of doors, not to mention locking of doors, the turning on and off of lights, things being knocked over and put back up in front of the witnesses eyes, music being played from peoples
computers when they are not even at their desk, and strange typing noises from everyone's computers. From information gained through a Ouija Board, a girl named Betsy long before the college was
built in the1800's. It was a Mansion long before Westminster college existed. Rumored to have been murdered.

Reading - Albright College - Smith Hall - There was a girl that killed herself on the 1st floor in Smith Hall. Students have heard footsteps in the hall but no one was there. Someone used dowsing rods
(to detect spiritual activity) on the 1st floor and they crossed in front of the girl's room, which she killed herself in.

Reading - Central Catholic High School - A man hung himself in the attic when it used to be a mansion. People have heard chains rattle, the locks on the lockers spin by themselves, and other things.

Reading - Emily's Pub - Ghost of a former resident of this old house now turned restaurant. She is a teenager named Emily who is seen in the wine cellar and the 2nd floor banquet

Reading - Pendora Park - In the past 30 years, 4 people have jumped or fallen off of the Viaduct, the bride over Pendora. There have been reports of screaming and crying, and visions of people

Reading - Saint Mary's Catholic School - The Bathrooms in the lower hall of the school seem to be haunted. The door bangs in the Boys bathroom and a bloody handprint appears on the wall. You can
hear a moan and it sometimes will give chase.

Reading - The Majestic Theater - People have seen the vision of an old woman walking across the balcony.

Reading - Vito's Pizza - The Pizza Shop of Vito's is said to be haunted by an unknown spirit.

Reading - Whit-Mar Inn - On the Pottsville Pike north of Reading. The ghosts of an old woman and an Indian have been spotted peering from the windows. The old lady's ghost would slam doors shut, turn
the lights off and on, along with the air conditioner at times. Murry also claims that he has seen the ghostly figure of an Indian in the back of the building.

Williams Township - Hexankopf Rock - Glowing lights, eerie sounds, and apparitions.
ABE Paranormal have not investigated most of the claims on this page. They are exactly what they state "claims" therefore; ABE Paranormal
will not voice opinion either way unless investigated by us. If you would like us to investigate any of the following, please feel free to contact us.
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Easton Public Library
Easton Public Library - During construction of this building in 1903, workers uncovered the graves of 514 people. Most of the bodies were moved to other cemeteries, but at
least thirty were left unclaimed. Two prominent former citizens, Elizabeth Bell "Mammy" Morgan who died Oct 16, 1839 and William Parsons who died Dec. 17, 1737 were
reburied in graves with markers on the library grounds. Mammy Morgan is buried on the west lawn and Parsons is buried on the front lawn. The other corpses, and any
unidentified pieces of bodies, were unceremoniously dumped into an underground concrete vault on the property. Today, the library is haunted by the misplaced souls. Doors
slam shut and open suddenly, filing cabinet drawers swing open for no reason, and unseen hands run through the hair or touch the shoulders of patrons and staff. Over the years,
many people have reported the ghost of Mammy Morgan, roaming the library grounds. The burial vault is under a telltale depression in the northeast part of the driveway that
exits the
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