Back From the Dead: Out-of-Print Weird NJ for iPad and Kindle!

Although the print versions of many issues of Weird NJ are now completely sold out and no longer available anywhere, our digitally formatted publications contains the exact same pages that were once featured in our print magazines. They have not been modified or altered in any way for these ePubs. We will be making more of our out-of-print issues available in digital formats in the future, so it you’re looking for a magazine that you don’t see here, check back at a later date.

Weird NJ Presents – True Crime Files: WNJ – The Garden State’s Most Bizarre and Chilling Criminal Cases

Though the print version of this issue of Weird NJ is now completely sold out and no longer available anywhere, this digital formatted publication contains the exact same pages that were once featured in a print version. They have not been modified or altered in any way for this ePub.

In this special issue of Weird NJ we examine some of the evils that men (and women) have done unto each other in our fair state’s history – the truly bizarre, deplorable, and all too often downright senseless deeds that our residents have perpetrated against one another. But we’ll not only delve into the unusual crimes motivated by passion, lust and greed, but also atrocities that are so heinous that they would almost seem incomprehensible in our supposedly civilized society. We have opened up the vaults to present to you Weird NJ’s own true crime files – the strangest and most chilling examples of murder, vanishings, and suicide that the magazine has investigated over the past two-plus decades.

Included in these pages, you find some names familiar to Weird NJ readers, such as John List, Gregg Sanders, and Richard “the Ice Man” Kuklinski, to name just a few. But you’ll also find a collection of brand new cases and culprits that we have never before reported on – some stories so shocking that they were just too sensitive or gruesome to publish when we first heard tell of them. Now, culled from the annals of Weird NJ, the serial killers, Mafia hitmen, Satanic cults, and mysterious disappearances can all be found for the first time in one place – on every bloodstained page of True Crime Files: WNJ. Available for iPad and Kindle.

Weird NJ Issue #51

The #51 (Autumn/Winter 2018) issue of Weird NJ Magazine: Your Travel Guide to New Jersey’s Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets. All that is weird about New Jersey that you won’t find in any other publication or anywhere else on the Internet!

Though the print version of this issue of Weird NJ is now completely sold out and no longer available anywhere, this digital formatted publication contains the exact same pages that were once featured in a print version. They have not been modified or altered in any way for this ePub. Available for iPad and Kindle.

Weird NJ Presents: LAST EXIT – Travels with Death in the Garden State

Take a stylish ride to the other side with Weird NJ as we venture off to the Last Exit: Travels with Death in the Garden State. Grab some coffee and a pork roll sandwich and take a bathroom break now because we’re not stopping until we get there.

Some of what we’ll see: New Jersey’s funniest, wordiest, most poignant, and most fascinating headstones; its spookiest burial grounds; its stranger burials; its coolest death rides; its oddest deaths; places where famous (and not so famous) people and animals are buried; cemeteries that have become lost despite being located in the most populous state in the Union; and the most vile of grave defilers.

And it’s all set up as if we were traveling along New Jersey’s most iconic (and sometimes considered hellish) highway, with a bit of classic literature alluded to once in a while for good measure (see, it’s educational, too).

Admit it –You’re DYING to go on this trip with us.

Though the print version of this issue of Weird NJ is now completely sold out and no longer available anywhere, this digital formatted publication contains the exact same pages that were once featured in a print version. They have not been modified or altered in any way for this ePub. To find the digital versions of our out of print issue search for “Weird N.J.” in your favorite apps. Available for iPad and Kindle.

Weird NJ Presets: Tales from Clinton Road

This Special Issue of Weird NJ includes the history, many mysteries and tales from over 200 letters we’ve received. Weird NJ editor Joanne Austin has scoured newspaper articles, and done extensive research at the West Milford library to help us put together what we think is the definitive document on one of New Jersey’s most infamous byways. From the mysterious castle in the woods to the strange lights across the lake; from the Satanists and KKK to the witches and pagans; from the ghosts and unearthly animals to that ever-present black pick-up truck in your rearview mirror; it’s all here in Tales From Clinton Road. It will inform, inflame, and possibly infect your mind and soul. It is quite simply put: everything that you ever wanted to know about Clinton Road, but had the good sense not to ask!

Though the print version of this issue of Weird NJ is now completely sold out and no longer available anywhere, this digital formatted publication contains the exact same pages that were once featured in a print version. They have not been modified or altered in any way for this ePub. To find the digital versions of our out of print issue please search for “Weird N.J.” Available for iPad and Kindle.

Weird NJ Presents: Home State Hauntings – True Stories of Ghostly Places in New Jersey

Home State Hauntings is a compendium of ghost stories from around the Garden State. This eBook has been beautifully designed by photographer and graphic artist Paul Michael Kane, and includes all the interactive features you have you have come to expect from electronic publication from major publishers.

In Home State Hauntings you will hear tales from the Gardens State’s most haunted hotspots––our graveyards, schools, hotels and houses––all told by the people who lived though the terrifying experiences. These are the stories of otherwise regular citizens of the Garden State––our neighbors, friends, family and coworkers. But they tell us they have had encounters that are incredible, yet somehow credible––unbelievable, yet we are compelled to believe them. So, based on what you read, you will have to decide for yourself. Are these harrowing accounts of ghostly encounters all just fabrications of overactive imaginations? You be the judge. While we don’t always know if we believe the ghostly stories we hear, we certainly get the sense that the person telling them wholeheartedly believes them. Do you? Available for iPad, Kindle and Nook.

Weird NJ presents
FORSAKEN: Abandoned In And Around New Jersey
Rusty Tagliareni

We here at Weird NJ are proud to announce a joint project between ourselves and photographer Rusty Tagliareni: A 142 page full color, digital edition of our book FORSAKEN: Abandoned in and Around New Jersey, devoted to forgotten sites throughout the Garden State and beyond.

Weird NJ presents FORSAKEN: Abandoned In And Around New Jersey

From photographer Rusty Tagliareni: “My interest in the abandoned dates back to my high-school days in the darkroom. Bathed in the red light and splashed with various chemicals, I spent much time in that small developing room discovering what a photograph actually was. It was fascinating to me how an outwardly simple image upon a piece of paper could evoke such a range of emotions. My first outings to abandoned locations were ones of pure aesthetic reasons, I found that there were things in these places that I saw mimicked nowhere else. The way light creeps and slithers into dark corners, the abstract patterns found in the flakes of peeling paint, and the surreal imagery of nature once again reclaiming a place it had lost long ago. After spending some time with these places, I began to realize there was much more contained within these rotten walls than simply “a good picture”. There were stories here, ones of lives that had come and gone, events seen nowhere else.”

Though the print version of this issue of Weird NJ is now completely sold out and no longer available anywhere, this digital formatted publication contains the exact same pages that were once featured in a print version. They have not been modified or altered in any way for this ePub. Available for iPad, Kindle and Nook.

Weird NJ Presents: Nightshade on the Passaic

For two years Weird NJ correspondent Wheeler Antabanez explored the Passaic River by motorized canoe.  Wheeler’s mission was simple: To find any and all weirdness, take tons of pictures and capture the experience in words for Weird NJ magazine.

Contained are groundbreaking accounts of urban exploration in Northern New Jersey, told as an adventure story. You’ll feel like you’re out there with Wheeler on the water in in his boat, and sometimes the scenery is not pretty.

Nightshade, a fifteen-foot fiberglass canoe equipped with a 3-horsepower motor has taken Wheeler the entire length of the river.  Along the way he has explored abandoned buildings, sunken ships, discarded burial vaults and has been confronted with pollution on a massive scale.  From under the Pulaski Skyway in in South Kearny, to the sublime headwaters of the Great Swamp, Wheeler has uncovered a plethora of weirdness that is best described in his own words. Available for iPad and Kindle.

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