Ready to hit the road?
The Scoobies get that old "school
spirit" when they visit the reputedly haunted old Lambertville High School, and then
stumble across the empty, magnificent Gulick House- an endangered historic treasure from
days gone by! What follows is THE most comprehensive tour of Lambertville ever seen before
(including video mpeg footage)... join us as we explore this spooky infamous spot (and
don't forget to check out the pics from our first Lambertville trip
I had gotten an inside tip from a
Lambertville contact who told me that the demolition of the school had been scheduled to
make way for some new condos, so we decided that we'd better get up there and get as many
pics as we could, while we still could! The Scoobs convened at
early that Sunday morning, ready for a day of adventure and fun. We loaded up the Shady Lady, grabbed our maps and cameras, and hit the road.
After a nice drive through gorgeous, wooded
back roads, we finally arrived in the quaint, old-fashioned little town of Lambertville,
NJ, home of the infamous spooky abandoned high school. I had been there once
before, but the rest of the Scoobs had not, so it was fun for us to show them this awesome
lost spot! They were in awe as we drove up the narrow, steep road that lead right up to
the front of the decrepit old school. We all piled out of the truck and stood for a few
silent seconds, looking up at the dark and looming structure before us, the partially
boarded-up front entrance calling to us, just begging to be explored...
Click here for a live-action
sneak-peek vid clip of the spooky entrance to Lambertville High!
Show your school spirit with Lambertville merchandise,
featuring a spooky "Class of 27" logo and a creeeepy image of the abandoned old
high school... click here!
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