Yearly Archives: 2022

Weird NJ State Team T-Shirt

Do you have diploma in the different? A degree in the deranged or a sheepskin in the strange? Show off your pride in your alma mater with this sporty Weird NJ State Team T-Shirt. Distressed artwork gives it the lived-in … Continue reading

Weird NJ Gift Card

This year give the gift of weirdness with a Weird NJ Gift Card in the amount of your choice. Do you have a friend, co-worker or family member that’s a little…weird? Well, we have the perfect gift for that hard … Continue reading

2023 Subscriptions Available NOW!

Subscribe to your favorite magazine for 2023! That’s right, Weird NJ issues #60 and #61 can be delivered right to your door in May and October of 2023. (Current and recent issues can be purchased HERE.) Weird NJ Magazine: Your Travel Guide to New Jersey’s … Continue reading

Weird NJ Issue #59 Is Here!

The #59 (Fall/Winter 2022) Issue of Weird NJ Magazine has now been mailed to all of our paid subscribers and will be arriving in mailboxes soon. If you ordered the issue and have not yet received your copy, there is … Continue reading

Martians Attack NJ on Halloween Eve!

‘Twas the night before Halloween, mischief night, in 1938 that a young Orson Welles’ now infamous radio broadcast of War of the Worlds caused widespread panic. An adaptation of H. G. Wells’s 1898 novel, the program was presented live as an … Continue reading

The Watcher of Westfield

On October 13, 2022, Netflix released a limited series called “The Watcher.” The streaming service’s trailer for the show teases, “Ominous letters from someone calling themself ‘The Watcher’ are just the beginning as the neighborhood’s sinister secrets come spilling out.” … Continue reading

UPDATED: Who Killed Jeannette DePalma?

In this all-but-forgotten unsolved case from 1972, the body of a teenage girl was discovered atop a cliff, high above an abandoned quarry in the town of Springfield. The corpse was found thanks to a dog that brought home a badly decomposed human forearm to its master. The deceased would later be identified as Jeannette DePalma, a local teenager who had been missing for six weeks. Before long, witchcraft, satanism and police conspiracies would all become suspects in the bizarre case. Continue reading