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Unexplained Cases: Darkness and Torture at Smithville Mansion

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 10/18/20 - LIVE VIDEO
Executive Producer: Rick Garner


 

A circa-1850 Federal manor in New Jersey, the Smithville Mansion has been visited by many paranormal investigation teams seeking answers. The 250-acre compound is now both a park and museum but originally was a sawmill and then a manufacturing center and industrial village. The property dates back to 1676 but Its most prominent owner was Hezekiah Bradley Smith, an inventor and congressman gossiped about because he had two wives - one in Vermont, the other in New Jersey - and his bigamy led to newspaper stories, a failed second-term run, and altercations with his three children from his first wife. But there's more going on at this estate than a soap opera. Maryam remote views into the location and discovers a dark history of torture performed as medical procedures. Our special guests are Nikki Steward and Maureen Carroll from Jersey Paranormal Investigations. VIDEO CREDIT: johnjacksson | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb8IoVn0lM_YWA88RdTUQSw
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