the new jersey devil is more then 300 yers old
it is from new jersey
no the jersey devils only lived in new jersey that is why it is called the JERSEY devil.
It is in New Jersey
The Jersey Devil supposedly lives in the forests of South New Jersey. It is supposed to fly and have hooves.
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
New jersy. * Added - The legendary Jersey Devil is described as living in the New Jersey Pinelands. It is local folklore that is reported to be based on a real person.
In New Jersey, there is large portion of pine tree forests called the Pine Barrens. Local legend tells of the New Jersey Devil, a large devil-like monster (like the mothman) who is said to live in the pine barrens and has for centuries. The New Jersey Devil is a big legend in NJ, so it's only fitting the team would be called the New Jersey Devils.
well were not shure if the new jersy devil is real.
The Pine Barrens which is the home of the Jersey Devil.
yes there are only 8 in existence
Blood tests are not required to get married in New Jersey.
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.
go to an abandoned house in the woods of new jersey
No, it is just a legend!
Its in the woods hiding
you put the matches into the lantern and then you use the lantern
He is in New Jersey, near an old abandoned house.
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Yes, it is real but scary.
The new jersey devil
Once you enter the abandoned house in the woods, there will be a noise in the attic. When you enter the attic, all that is there is a raccoon. Go back downstairs. The New Jersey Devil will be looking at you from a window when you get down there.
A couple famous ones are the Jersey Devil and the Pig Lady of Roycefield Road