Location #9 Walkthrough – Boonton Falls, Boonton, NJ

Another interesting water feature in the winter! Boonton Falls has been a fixture on the Rockaway River well before settlers came to the area and its history goes back to and before the Revolutionary War. Also a previously popular swimming spot where unfortunately many have lost their lives in the rapids. We experienced really uneasy feeling at the big rock and the ruins and lastly we received heartwarming messages from some individuals who lost their lives to the waters.

At the ruins we captured live evidence of a metallic like EVP 6:35, a white orb going into my left elbow/arm 8:22 where I immediately responded and started to feel sick, and a black shadow in the lower left corner of the video at 14:30.

Stay tuned for the Investigation Reveal!

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  1. I took some of my first childhood hikes here! There were old trains in the area — once deep into the woods we found an old rail turntable. A decade later I went back with an ex and found that that trail had been blocked off. Funny thing, he was fascinated by the ruins and was really drawn into exploring them . . . I did not go near. Some gut instinct was like hey — let’s not. Anyway he was kind of a shitty person so maybe that it explains it! Thanks for making this video, I would love to see a part two that goes deeper in!


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