'Behind the Wall Paranormal' investigates Wall Township hotel

The Marconi Hotel in Wall Township is being investigated for paranormal activity.Ocean County-based Behind the Wall Paranormal is investigating what it calls 'unexplained happenings.' Tony

WALL TOWNSHIP - The Marconi Hotel in Wall Township is being investigated for paranormal activity.Ocean County-based Behind the Wall Paranormal is investigating what it calls 'unexplained happenings.'

Tony Abello, the owner of the company, says, "Every time we come down here people have seen a six-foot black shadow in the doorway and down the other side of the basement." He also says that inside you can hear noises like voices and banging.

The Marconi Hotel was once used to house employees of a communication company that later became RCA. The hotel was also once used as a meeting place for members of the Ku Klux Klan, and was later taken over by the U.S. military during World War II. Top secret research is alleged to have been performed on the grounds.

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