Monthly Archives: February 2023

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 NEW Weird NJ Pullover Hoodie!

The brand new Weird NJ pullover hoodie is a Gildan Brand heavyweight blend sweatshirt in charcoal grey. Artwork by Sean Bernhardt (a.k.a. @space_bat_killer) features the Jersey Devil, Evil Trees and Clowns, Abandoned Places, UFOs and Aliens, Big Foot and even Pork Roll … Continue reading

Presidential Death on the Jersey Shore

Situated alongside a narrow seaside street in the tony Elberon section of Long Branch lies a curious footnote to United State history––a monument marking the death spot of the twentieth U.S. president, James A. Garfield. Garfield was shot on July … Continue reading

Fort Mifflin Paranormal Investigation

Located just across the Delaware River from National Park, NJ (Gloucester County) on the edge of Philadelphia, PA, Fort Mifflin is not the best-known historic site in America, but as “the fort that saved America,” its century-spanning history warrants more … Continue reading

The Haunting of White Hill Mansion

From Bootleggers to Bordellos, Historic Mansion’s Spirits of the Past by Dawn Reichard Situated on a bluff overlooking the Delaware River in Fieldsboro, NJ, White Hill Mansion has stood witness to pivotal state and national historic events for more than … Continue reading

Strange Figures of Woodbridge Clay Pits

Several peculiar wooden sculptures that have a mysterious history about them were recently put up for sale at a prestigious New York City auction house. The origins of the “Woodbridge Figurines” are unclear, although the figures themselves are well known amongst … Continue reading