The Garden State has a rich, storied history as part of one of the original colonies, but as neighbor to the much-celebrated New York, New Jersey gets a bad reputation. Maybe it’s the pollution, the unsightly factories, the Jersey Shore stereotypes, or the seemingly endless boring suburbs: there’s something about New Jersey that people just can’t help making jokes about. But maybe we should all start taking NJ more seriously; it’s one of the most haunted and creepiest states in the nation!
Warning: do not read after dark, and do not read while driving down a lonely New Jersey road at night…unless, of course, you want to be up all night!
1.) Clinton Road is one of America’s most haunted roadways.
2.) The winner of Miss. American Vampire being crowned in 1970 by Jonathan Frid (of Dark Shadows) at Palisades Amusement Park.
3.) Step away from the clown, young New Jerseyites.
4.) The New Jersey Devil
5.) New Jersey, calm down – it’s Halloween, not National Traumatize Children Day!
6.) The Scotch Plains Baptist Church Cemetery.
7.) The Devil’s Tree in Martinsville. Give it space; it’s cursed!
8.) New Jerseyites and a ghost.
9.) The Phantom of Phalanx Road
10.) New Jersey is home to the SS James Longstreet; here’s how it looked in 1965. Imagine what it looks like now! I.
11.) Look to the left; the Van Wickle House is haunted by a young Dutch girl.
12.) Bell Labs, also known as “the beginning of a horrendous nightmare”.
13.) That’s…that’s not Charlie Brown, is it?
14.) The ghosts of Tennent Church