Ghost Hunt: Mysterious Middlesex

GHOST HUNT: Mysterious Middlesex

Season two of a geocache treasure hunt and audio storytelling adventure that re-imagines the Hall-Mills Murders of 1922 and other Middlesex County oddities from the 1920s!

When?
Starting SEPTEMBER 16TH and
Ghost Hunt will be available to play in-person (or virtually) ANYTIME, and INDEFINITELY!

Cost?
FREE

How to Hunt?
Simply download the free "Geocaching" App  and go to Thinkery & Verse website to find the locations of the hidden caches & audio stories waiting to be discovered by you! 

Where?
Don't stop hunting until you find the 20+ "Hunts" located in Middlesex County, NJ, NY, TX, VA, France and even Paris, Italy! 

Created by...
Thinkery & Verse and The New Brunswick Historical Society

Grant funding has been provided by the Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners through a grant award from the Middlesex County Cultural and Arts Trust Fund.

Contact Information
  1. Karen Alvarado
  2. 7325208253
  3. thinkeryandverse@gmail.com
Tue, September 28
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GHOST HUNT: Mysterious Middlesex

Season two of a geocache treasure hunt and audio storytelling adventure that re-imagines the Hall-Mills Murders of 1922 and other Middlesex County oddities from the 1920s!

When?
Starting SEPTEMBER 16TH and
Ghost Hunt will be available to play in-person (or virtually) ANYTIME, and INDEFINITELY!

Cost?
FREE

How to Hunt?
Simply download the free ...

Several (secret) locations in Middlesex County, NJ and beyond New Brunswick, NJ 08901 true

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Several (secret) locations in Middlesex County, NJ and beyond
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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