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During afternoon tea
There’s a change in the air
A spine tingling chill
That tells you she’s there
There are many who believe
The whole town is cursed
But the mansion by the river
Is by far the worst
What she wants is revenge
So she always comes back
She is there in the shadows
The Lady in Black
She was there, she is always there. Whenever you see her roaming the grounds, someone dies. Her family was killed and she seeks revenge …. now we must die instead. She will never forgive and she will never forget. She seeks her revenge, one victim at a time, until everyone who comes near feels the pain and sadness that she felt that horrible day many years ago.
On the day of her son’s seventh birthday Amelia lost her family in a horrific accident. As the party preparations began, the family stepped away from the house to enjoy some time on the water. Standing at the river’s edge, Amelia watched in disbelief as her family was brutally swept up and over the falls. She cried out for help but nobody came. People stood by and watched in horror as their lifeless bodies were thrown about, bones broken and disfigured before washing up on the rocky bank miles downstream. Amelia had them buried on the grounds so they would always be close to her.
Unable to cope with the loss of her family, Amelia mourned for almost 2 years before dying from what doctors called a broken heart, but not before swearing her revenge on the town who stood by unwilling to help her. She is now buried there, alongside her family.
Years later the estate, unchanged by time, was sold to the Milligin family. It seemed like the perfect home for the family of 5, but as they moved in, strange events starting happening to all those who dared to set foot on the estate. Over the years, many townspeople have died as Amelia continues to lurk among the shadows.
One thing was always the same… she was there, she is always there, whenever you see her roaming the grounds, someone dies.
Come if you dare, enter the hallow halls of the Milligin estate. Experience the fear, and come face to face with Amelia, the menacing specter of darkness who haunts the town. She is the mistress of the mansion, she is the lady in black.
Are you looking for an adrenaline pumping, spine tingling experience? The frequently imitated, but never duplicated Haunted Mill is a “MUST SEE”. With an original theme every year, a cast of over 50 live actors and state of the art sound and visual effects, the show is hoping to leave you gasping for breath. This attraction is not for the faint hearted.
Covering over 9 acres of truly haunted terrain, this exhibit offers 3 horrifying adventures for one low price. Rated among one of New Jersey’s top haunted attractions, and inspected and certified as one of the safest, the Red Mill Museum Village is proud to present for your en-frightment, the 2012 Halloween season; “Murder at Milligin’s Mansion”.
The 22st Annual Haunted Mill will be taking place at the Historic Red Mill Museum Village in Clinton, New Jersey. Performances are scheduled for the evenings of October 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 and 27 starting at 6:30 pm. General admission and Xpress pass tickets are available for pre-purchase at a discounted price of $22.00 and $42 starting October 4th at the Red Mill Museum Office from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday daily. The ticket window opens on performance nights at 5:00 pm and will close at 10pm. General admission tickets are night specific and are available for $25 each, and XpressPass tickets, good for any of the five nights are $45 each. Both prices include the scream filled haunted hayride and infamous walking terror trail. Lines form early and the wait time is longest around 8:00 pm. As this is a fundraiser, no refunds will be given. We are open rain or shine, but hold the right to close the event if weather conditions become a risk to our volunteers or patrons. Only in the event of closure will tickets be refunded or honored on other nights.
There is a 10% discount for pre-sale purchases of 10 tickets or more, so be sure to invite your friends! Discounts will also be offered to card-carrying Museum members. Visa and MasterCard will be accepted for presale and performance night sales, however no checks will be accepted.
This spine tingling event is produced by Jennifer Frick, and co-designed by Jennifer Frick, Steve Giordano, and their ever growing cadre’ of devoted volunteers. Each year they expand and evolve their twisted and gruesome repertoire of tricks and treats for this amazing production. All proceeds benefit the Red Mill Museum Village.
Enter the walls and become captivated by the 2012 production of “Murder at Milligin’s Mansion ”. For more information, directions, or interest in volunteering your talents behind the scenes, contact the Red Mill Museum Office at 908-735-4101.
For safety reasons, No Smoking is permitted anywhere on the Mill property
and no large bags, or backpacks, will be allowed into the haunted village venue.