Search A Topic: More Stories. Stories; Latest Weird News; Upcoming Events ; Weird NJ TV; Store; Tag Archives: epub NEW Weird NJ Ghosts eBook. Weird NJ (sometimes abbreviated WNJ) is a semi-annual magazine that chronicles local legends, purported hauntings, ghost stories, folklore, unusual places or events, and other peculiarities in New Jersey. 3 Cops posed as average pedestrians on Queen Anne Road this week to ticket drivers who did not stop for pedestrians in crosswalks. The 16-foot Great White Shark was first tagged in 2012 off the coast of Cape Cod. ���� Adobe d� �� � ##''$ %'% $('++++'()02520)7;;;;7;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ""2(! Continue reading →, Starting April 5th the new season of Paranormal Caught on Camera, featuring Weird NJ publishers Mark Sceurman and Mark Moran commenting on a variety of eyewitness encounters with the unknown, will be aired on Sundays at 9/8c PM on the Travel Channel. The water turned into a sea of suds and dead fish were found along the banks. The Garden State always has a lot going on. 2007-03-11T10:12:17-05:00 0000000929 00000 n (2;2222;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;@@@@@;@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@�� $�" ��B You never know exactly what you’ll find in the local news, and it certainly keeps things interesting.

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The #55 issue of Weird NJ Magazine: Your Travel Guide to New Jersey’s Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets, is now available. We’ve started a series of radio episodes called “Waking Weird” which can be heard broadcast live on WFMU’s Wake & Bake program every Monday at 8:39 … Continue reading →, One of the very strangest tombstones in our state pays homage to Edgar Allan Poe, the master of the macabre, and his best known poem, The Raven. Convicted killer, Arthur Buckel, escaped from Bayside State Prison (not pictured) earlier this week.

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