Widow Jane Mine

Rosendale, NY   /   1 Review

668 NY-213, Rosendale, NY 12472, United States

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8AM-6PM M-F

The Widow Jane Mine is a 145-year-old cement mine that has been said to feature the ghost of a young woman walking between the stone pillars of this cavernous man-made mine. The ghost is presumed to be that of Jane, a young widow who walks the mine in her long white dress.

The mine is a great place to visit to witness an amazing feat in US history as some of it’s cement provided the foundation for the Statue of Liberty and New York’s Brooklyn Bridge.

The mine sometimes plays host to events such as a horror film viewing or even an occasional party. The mine has even been a recording studio, mushroom farm, and provides some of the ingredients in Widow Jane Whiskey. Have a story about the Widow Jane Mine? Leave it in the comments below.

Posted in Haunted Places and Real Haunts

One Review

  1. Eric Jeam

    Great hiking in this area and spooky AF. You’ll see things out of the corner of your eye and want to jump the hell out of there.

    June 4, 2019 at 7:59 am

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