Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital
Grove, New Jersey
Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital - Essex County Hospital Center (Ghost
|Ghost Adventures hunt for spirits and ghosts in an
abandoned psychiatric hospital (Essex County Hospital Center) in Cedar
Grove, New Jersey, USA and Zak feels as if he has been touched by a
Further analysis of the video seems to indicate that a shadow hand
grabbed him as well as a ball of light shoots straight at his arm while
he claims to feel an icy cold pressure at the exact same time.
Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to an abandoned psychiatric hospital in
Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The hospital was used to keep the criminally
insane under prison-like conditions in the early 20th century.
conditions drove patients into even worse madness, murder, and suicide.
There have been reports of voices echoing through the halls when there
is no one there.
This episode contains disembodied voices that are so clear. There are voices saying "help me" and 666 writen on
There are things on the walls themselves that are scary like a
painting of hell's flames and skeletons dancing. I'm not sure who is
writing these things on the walls but from what I gathered it was the
Also in this episode, the most controversial moment happens
when they go down into the tunnels. Right away as they enter Zak freaks
out! He's panicking because of what he saw and it's on film! You either
believe it or you don't but the evidence is startling.
The Essex County Hospital Center is a defunct psychiatric hospital that
is located in the Township of Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The hospital was
used to house mentally ill patients that were in need of care.
Hospital is now said to be haunted due to the thousands of people that
died in this very hospital. Some patients and doctors still roam the
halls of the Essex County Hospital.
The Essex County Hospital is now said to be haunted due to the thousands of people
that died within the building. It is said that some patients and doctors still roam
the halls to this very day at the Essex County Hospital.