Weird N.J

Weird N.J

Your Travel Guide to New Jersey's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

Book - 2003
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Oh sure, Texas is bigger and California is cooler, but for sheer, out-and-out weirdness, no state even comes close to New Jersey. You probably know of the infamous Jersey Devil, but have you heard of the Matawan Man Eater or the Hoboken Monkey-Man? Maybe you'd like to cruise down haunted Annie's Road in Totowa, or take a stroll through Vineland's bizarre Palace of Depression? These are just some of the offbeat and odd, the mysterious and unexplainable, the spooky sights and local legends that don't appear on any tourist map. You'll only find them here, along with an amazing assortment of roadside oddities, abandoned asylums, natural phenomena and unforgettable people along the highways and byways of the Garden State. From Caldwell's Mystery Thread and the Dancing Jesus of Whippoorwill Road to the campaign to save Middletown's Evil Clown, you'll laugh, gasp and marvel at the everyday weirdness that is New Jersey.


Publisher: New York, NY : Barnes & Noble : [Distributed by] Silver Lining Books, c2003
ISBN: 9780760739792
076073979X
Characteristics: 271 p. : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Moran, Mark 1961-

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