1666 the jersey devil was born
there are many ways the jersey devil is presented. in fact different people telling different stories can give the jersey devil different appearances
no the jersey devils only lived in new jersey that is why it is called the JERSEY devil.
jersey devil is 94 years old.
The answer is no. When the Jersey Devil was born, a man shot a cannonball at it, but the Devil kept on flying.
The Jersey Devil Is Said To Be a Really Dark Gray
Devil in Jersey City was created in 2004.
The Jersey Devil supposedly lives in the forests of South New Jersey. It is supposed to fly and have hooves.
the new jersey devil is more then 300 yers old
Jersey Devil - video game - happened in 1998.
Jersey Devil - video game - was created in 1998.
It is in New Jersey
The Jersey Devil has the face of a horse the tail of a dog, and the wings of a bat.
Look up Lost Tapes Jersey Devil on animalplanet.com and you'll find something.
it is from new jersey
The Tasmanian devil is about 30cm tall.
The cast of Jersey Devil - 1998 includes: Roger Dub
yes the legend is true i have in fact gone to the sighted places and have encountered the creature once before. It has the head of a horse and hooves but has a small body and wings. The devil is called the New Jersey Devil
The Jersey Devil is a mythical creature with two legs and wings said to have been the thirteenth offspring born of Mother Leeds. It was sometimes called the Leeds Devil and was supposed to inhabit an area in New Jersey. The locals often blamed the Jersey Devil for the loss of their livestock.
No. After Ms. Leeds gave birth to the Jersey Devil, it flew off into the Pine Barrens.
The Jersey Devil
The jersey devil is a monster like the bigfoot or Loch Ness monster. It doesn't have a "real name"
The Search for the Jersey Devil - 2016 was released on: USA: 2016
Really every one who's intrusted should know this answer it is because the jersey devil was the 13 child and was born july 13, I think in the 1700s? But my apinoin is that the jersey devil is not real just a tale
Yes the jersey devil actually is said to look like a horse with bat like wings and a devils tail.