Most People Don’t Know This Park In New Jersey Was Built On Top Of A Burial Ground

If you’ve lived in New Jersey long enough, you may be familiar with the story of Snake Hill (offically named Laurel Hill). It is a large rock formation located in Secaucus that has been cut in size by quarrying. However, it’s not the rock that’s the focus of this story, it’s the surrounding area.

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Have you ever visited Laurel Hill Park? Were you familiar with the area’s history? For more fascinating (and possibly haunted) spots in New Jersey, check out my article on Burlington County Prison.