Princeton Cemetery
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Scope Team Members (L to R)
Tom, Diane, Rose Marie, Joel, Pat, and Frank
Our field investigation, organized by SCOPE NJ team member, Frank, took us to the Princeton Cemetery of the Nassau Presbyterian Church on November 12, 2016. At each cemetery entrance, there's a metal stand that offers free literature that includes a brief history, a map, and a list of dozens of famous people that are interred here. Some of them are well-known like Aaron Burr, Jr., Grover Cleveland, and George H. Gallup. Also the graves of several signers of the Declaration of Independence can be found. The cemetery is hauntingly picturesque and well-maintained.
 At the bottom of this page is a link to the church website where you can learn many fascinating tidbits of information about this historic burial ground.
Fortunately for us, there wasn't much wind and the air temperature was cool but comfortable. We took several pictures with digital cameras (both standard and full-spectrum) and used EMF meters, digital voice recorders, and a camcorder. Below are some of the photos and evidence we obtained.
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In this full-spectrum photo, the yellow arrow points to a suspected anomaly.
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Cropped and enlarged, it shows what may be the spirit of an altar boy or priest.
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You'll notice that someone or something moved the top of this heavy stone memorial as evidenced by the unstained portion of the stone block below. Why?
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Full-Spectrum Photos by Tom Petuskey
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Joel checks EMF readings at Aaron Burr Jr's grave.
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The grave marker of a young lady who died in 1760 with a classic winged Death's head design.
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Full spectrum shot of George Gallup's grave.
The grave of a precious little girl. We all sensed a presence while we stood by her monument.
One of many notable personages buried in Princeton Cemetery.
(L to R) Diane, Rose Marie, Pat
Photo by Rose Marie
Photo by Tom Petuskey
Joel takes some camcorder footage at a particularly beautiful location.
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Photo by Tom Petuskey
Photo by Tom Petuskey
Photo by Tom Petuskey
Photo by Joel Mindas
Photo by Tom Petuskey
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Photo by Rose Marie
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We all were taken by this impressive stone block mausoleum
with its classic pillars and massive steel doors.
Joel and Rose Marie couldn't resist knocking on the doors and asking if they could enter! They captured these EVPs.
"Yea!"
Photo by Joel Mindas
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(L to R) Diane, Pat, Frank, Rose Marie, and Tom inspect the rear of the Fischer mausoleum.
Photo by Joel Mindas
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A closeup of the righthand steel door. Joel likened the outlined figure to "an emaciated youngster with outstretched arm and hand like he's waving."
One could also argue that the figure displays armbones and a ribcage.
Photo by Joel Mindas
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Stained glass windows in the rear of the mausoleum.
"It's a transit lock! Door's Locked!"
Joel's recorder
Rose Marie's recorder
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Click on "Princeton Cemetery" below for a link to their website.
Photos by Rose Marie
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Full-Spectrum Cemetery Photos
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Full-Spectrum Photos by Tom Petuskey