Spend a summer night inside room 10 of the Macomber Inn in Cape May, NJ, and you might find yourself rudely awakened by “the trunk lady.” Past guests of room 10 of this inn have reported loud banging on their door in the middle of the night, only to find no one there to yell at when answering the door. In the living, the so-called trunk lady is said to have spent many summers staying in room 10 of the Macomber for as far back as the 1930’s. Room 10 is located on the first floor of the inn, which made things convenient for her since she always lugged around a large steamer trunk containing enough clothes for the entire summer. She passed away some time in the 70’s but, apparently, that hasn’t stopped her from coming back time and time again to her favorite vacation spot. The local brewery of this beach town even created a custom ale in honor of their most frequent visitor.