The TAPS team heads to the Burlington County Prison Museum (formerly the Burlington County Jail), a national historic landmark located in the heart of historic Mount Holly, NJ. Completed in 1811 and in constant use until the mid-1960s, the jail served as the last home to countless prisoners condemned to execution. The prisons grisly history has made it a current hotbed of paranormal sightings. In addition to the footsteps and shadowy figures heard and seen by the museums curator, visitors claim to have seen a maintenance man at work in the basement but the building has no maintenance staff. In another spooky turn of events, staff workers in the museum once reported to work to find all the windows on one side of the building open despite the fact that the windows had been both locked and painted shut for years, and most were behind locked doors. From there, the team heads to Connecticut to investigate a house where family members claim that several apparitions are plaguing their youngest member. In addition, they have witnessed a number of unexplainable incidences, such as childrens voices when there are no children in the house and objects moving on their own - neighbors have even reported loud noises coming from the house when the family is away.
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