Happy Halloween: Here are the top five weirdest urban legends in New Jersey

New Jersey-Anyone living in Garden State has heard rumors about ghost incidents and folk customs in nearby cities. We hope you can help you choose the five scariest stories.
Is the Jersey Devil real? People who believe they have heard him screaming in the towns near Pinelands will tell you. And the national Pinelands Commission website? Well, it does not completely deny this possibility. read more….
Excited, mysterious and suspenseful fans will find a lot of material in the story of “Westfield Watchers”. This story made international headlines in 2014, when Derek and Maria Broaddus bought the house they dreamed of on Boulevard on the coveted boulevard of Westfield. But before they even moved in, the author of an anonymous letter started sending out threatening letters, mentioning disturbingly their three children. read more…
As the story progresses, a railway worker suffers an accident on the line and loses consciousness. When he woke up, he found that the arm that stretched the rails was cut at the elbow. read more…
It is said that Atco Ghost lived on Burnt Mill Road in Pine Barrens, where the little boy was killed by a drunk driver. Whenever someone honked their horn three times while driving on the road, he would appear. read more…
According to local legend, the tunnel found near Paulison Avenue was a nightmare. In June, especially daring urban explorers made a video to explore the tunnel, hoping to find the problematic gate, which is said to be guarded by “Red Eye Mike”. read more…
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Post time: Oct-31-2020
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