It kept a solemn and stoic vigil over the Watchung Mountain range for nearly 70 years, for many of which it lay abandoned in the woods. The turreted castle contained 40 rooms. There was a huge entry hall that had two chandeliers made up of eight Civil War muskets each. Suits of armor, helmets, guns, and trophies adorned every wall. The basement housed a laboratory Moldenke used for scientific studies. There was also a mausoleum with 21 crypts, and even a huge cannon! Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2012
Weird NJ photographer Rusty Tagliareni will be hosting an opening for an exhibition of his portrait photography at Maxwell’s in Hoboken on October 22nd. Continue reading
The brand new issue of Weird NJ, #39, is on newsstands NOW! Continue reading
See photos from the party at our Facebook page.
Is it possible that they remains of former Teamster boss Jimmy Hoffa, missing since 1975, may lay beneath one of the most perilous and heavily traveled bridges in our state––the Pulaski Skyway? Continue reading