Hoboooken Haunted House

10/30/2007:

Tonight and tomorrow night!

“The annual Mischief and Halloween night haunted house was held last year at the Demarest School, but this year it’s being held at a much better location, the Holy Innocents church. It’s staffed by volunteers to give kids an alternative to Halloween mischief. Each year it attracts over a 1000 children and adults.”

See a reader recap and photos from the 2006 Hoboooken Haunted House here.

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devilgirl
devilgirl
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 3:54 pm

Oh well. It was just a thought.

rapperd
rapperd
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 3:50 pm

[quote comment=”50679″]
I wonder if the PATH could tap into that and have a train to the ferry/ uptown. It would reduce cab traffic and get those damn buses off the road. If only flooding wasn’t an issue…[/quote]

haha, the thought of that amuses me… If you saw the condition of this tunnel, you’d rethink that suggestion… They’d basically have to excavate all of washington street in order to make this a functional tunnel… Plus, a lot of the utilities have run their equipment in sections of it… It’s really a mess… And the fact that it is smelly and pitch black doesn’t help…

devilgirl
devilgirl
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 3:35 pm

[quote comment=”50672″][quote comment=”50641″]If I feel up to it, I’ll see what I can do tonight…[/quote]
I think you should wait til you get a team to properly explore and serve as back up. You don’t know what’s down there.[/quote]

Great idea. I’ll volunteer for that. Safety in numbers.

[quote comment=”50652″]What was it used for?[/quote]
“I thought it was part of the H & M tube lines with underground trains taking people up and down Washington, or part of that plan. I could swear I ran across that somewhere.”[/quote]

I wonder if the PATH could tap into that and have a train to the ferry/ uptown. It would reduce cab traffic and get those damn buses off the road. If only flooding wasn’t an issue…

MidnightRacer
MidnightRacer
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 3:21 pm

[quote comment=”50641″]If I feel up to it, I’ll see what I can do tonight…[/quote]
I think you should wait til you get a team to properly explore and serve as back up. You don’t know what’s down there.

[quote comment=”50652″]What was it used for?[/quote]
I thought it was part of the H & M tube lines with underground trains taking people up and down Washington, or part of that plan. I could swear I ran across that somewhere.

devilgirl
devilgirl
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 3:14 pm

Wow! Thanks for the history lesson. I’m going to have to look more closely at some of these buildings. Definitely get some pics if you venture back in.

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