Daily Archives: August 8, 2012

Gravity Roads

One of the most common “road” myths in New Jersey is the story of Gravity Road, or Hill. We’ve investigated several of these locations where the forces of gravity seem to hold true in theory only. Continue reading

Ghosts of the Union Hotel, Flemington

Though the grand old hotel no longer accepts visitors today, there are said to be some guests who have never checked out. Recently Weird NJ was invited to tour the vacant rooms and empty corridors of the Union Hotel, which have been sealed off from the eyes of the public for three years now. Continue reading

The Stone Living Room

Perched high above the border of West Milford and Bloomingdale in Passaic County, one can relax and enjoy the view from the Stone Living Room, the creation of a mysterious race of stone masons that remain anonymous to this day. Continue reading

Paulinskill Viaduct

Of all the abandoned places that Weird NJ has explored over the years none match the awe inspiring architectural magnificence of the Paulinskill Viaduct. The Viaduct, or Hainesburg Trestle, is a long abandoned railroad bridge over the Paulinskill River near Blairstown. Continue reading

Mysterious Lights of Slabtown Road

In Salem County off of Route 40 in Woodstown is Slabtown Rd. The road starts out between two fields, before cutting through a small section of woods. Small white lights appear in the trees, on the road and on the grass, but not in midair. You can touch the lights but you can’t get rid of them. Continue reading