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HAPPY #NationalNewJerseyDay! For us, it's basically every day, but that's to be expected.…
The grave of Phebe in Morristown, one of three murder victims of the infamous Antoine Le Blanc in 1833 (the others being Judge Samuel Sayre and his wife, Sally). She was either a house slave or servant of the Sayres. See how I tracked down her grave in Issue no. 49 of @weirdnj
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Happy #NationalNewJerseyDay! @NoBrunsLibrary is open for in-person browsing today until 4 PM, so swing on by to borrow #books & #movies celebrating #GardenState creators and creations! @NJGov @MiddlesexCntyNJ @weirdnj @MacWomack
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It was 100 years ago this month, July 1921, that the mystifying "Cat's Eyes" of St. Joseph's first appeared in the #JerseyCity church's tower belfry. The cause of the baffling phenomenon remains unexplained to this day. Will we see them shine again?…
Let's try this again: Saturday July 24 (10am – 4pm), #WeirdNJ will join in all the Rock ‘n’ Roll hijinks at the New Egypt Flea Market’s Rockabilly Day 2021! More info at the link:…
@weirdnj Cooking chicken tonight and noticed one piece looked like the Garden State. Or rather the Poultry State.
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The rallies culminated in a massive joint rally with the Ku Klux Klan, attended by 3,500, which was highlighted by a 40-foot tall burning cross. Today Camp Nordland is Hillside Park, a community recreation center. Read the complete story at… 2/2
On this day in #WeirdNJ history, July 18, German-American Bund Camp Nordland first opened on the shores of Lake Iliff in #Andover in 1937. Over the next three years thousands would flock to the camp to hear hate-fueled Nazi speeches delivered by the "American Führer." 1/2
POSTPONED to Sat. July 24: Rockabilly Day at New Egypt Flea Market. Yup, thunderstorms. More info here:…
Guess who turns 140 years old on Sat. July 17th? #Margate, NJ’s @LucyElephant. The Save Lucy Committee has plans to celebrate. More info at the link! 🐘…Gj
On July 15, 1982 the body of an unidentified teenage girl was found dumped in a #Blairstown, NJ cemetery. The victim was dubbed Princess Doe, and her murder case remains unsolved to this day. Read the full story...…
In 1870, the world’s first boardwalk opened to the public in Atlantic City. It was originally built to reduce the amount of sand tracked into nearby hotels and railroad cars. #ThrowbackThursday #TransportationHistory
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…Fantastic DJing by Lenny Lounge. Live tunes by Crash Gordon & Debra Dynamite. All-day blast rockin’ and rollin’! And Matawan Man-eater artist Tattoo Bob will be there drawing caricatures!
What a fun way to celebrate the summer. Come hang with all the hepcats and cool kittens. (Rain date July 24.) It’s gonna be a rockin’ party – be there or be square!
Saturday, July 17 (10am – 4pm) #WeirdNJ will be joining in all the Rock ‘n’ Roll hijinks at the New Egypt Flea Market’s Rockabilly Day 2021! The event will include an amazing car display by the Dragstrip Zombies Car Club. Fabulous vendors……
#WEIRDNJ EXCLUSIVE: #Matawan Man-Eater Mural Artist Reveals Identity!…
Weird Exclusive! Visit at 8 a.m. ET on Monday, July 12th, when we reveal the identity of the mystery artist responsible for the #Matawan Man-Eater Mural.…
@weirdnj when the only color was the logo on front. Great articles in issue 10 #WeirdNJ #NJ #conspiracy #paranormal
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Brothers in artist: Asbury Park’s Tillie and Calico, the “Evil Clown” of Middletown. Find out more here:…
And where will #WeirdNJ be next? #Rockabilly Day at #NewEgypt Flea Market on July 17th! More info here:…
July 1, 1916: Charles Epting Vansant, 28, joined the tourists in Beach Haven for what seemed like just another beach day. But it would be a day different from any other after Charles became the first victim in a string of shark attacks. Read more here:…
@weirdnj Farmers Market Washington St Paterson where sit down between walnuts and ralphie
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@weirdnj They spent two days filming on my street in Bloomfield for what wound up being a 10 second scene…where Furio bashed in a windshield with a baseball bat.
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@weirdnj Tennis courts at Glen Ridge Country Club, the exterior of 22 Sherman Ave Cedar Grove (Carmela’s parents’ house), and the strip of Midland Ave in Montclair outside Jinx Proof Tattoo (spoiler free pivotal scene in S1 E12)
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@weirdnj Morristown - The private residence known as "Eleven Oaks" was given the name "Inn at the Oaks" in Season 6, Episode 3, "Mayham." It's the setting for Tony's bizarre dream when he's in a coma after being shot.
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@weirdnj Garden State Plaza meetings with Richie Aprile and when Vito comes back in season 6. Also, Courtesy Motel on route 4 in Fort Lee in season 6 where Vito gets killed. Don’t believe it’s there any longer.
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Sopranos film location thread. Good start but far from complete. I remember the Boonton apartments where Jackie Jr was shot…
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@weirdnj Tony's dream sequence - Asbury Park boardwalk.
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@weirdnj Cozzarelli Funeral Home on Washington Ave in Belleville, site for several wake scenes, as well as my mother-in-law's wake. Name and decor left intact for the show.
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@weirdnj The great falls of Paterson, in the first episode.
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Harsimus Cemetery: Scene of Soprano funerals. Newark Ave., Jersey City Wilson Carpet guy: Broadway, Jersey City. Bada Bing strip club: Satin Dolls, Route 17, Lodi. And...Holsten’s Restaurant, Final scene of final episode: Broad Street, Bloomfield. 5/5
Kearny Boat Launch: Bellville Pike at Passaic Ave. Pizzaland: Belleville Turnpike, North Arlington. Satriale's Pork Store: 101 Kearny Avenue, Kearny. Skyway Diner, where Christopher Moltisanti was shot: Central Ave. & 2nd St., Kearny. 4/5
Green Grove Convalescent Home: Green Hill Senior Living and Rehabilitation, Pleasant Valley Way, W. Orange. Janice & Richie's house: Westmount Dr., Livingston. Livia Soprano's house: Gould Street, Verona. Johnny Sack's house: Fox Run, North Caldwell. 3/5
Here's a list of just a few familiar filming locations in New Jersey from the original series. What are other shooting spots that you can name? The Sopranos House: Aspen Drive, North Caldwell Christopher’s New House: Baldwin Ct, Fairfield. 2/5
Have you seen the trailer for the prequel to "The Sopranos," "The Many Saints of Newark"? It will be in theaters and streaming on HBO starting October 1. 1/5…
Deep in the ruins of the #PineBarrens today. (Photo by @MarkMWNJ ) #WeirdNJ — at Weymouth Furnace
An ominous looking edifice stands in #Alpine, NJ that has come to be known as Devil’s Tower. Read on if you dare...…
@weirdnj My parents live nearby and as a kid I spent several nights on that island…use to have a great rope swing but never found any loot
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@weirdnj The official name is Osborne Island. It was named after a local Revolutionary War soldier.
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Read about all the other possible locations to find pirate booty around the state: Hunting for the Buried Treasure of Captain Kidd.…
Treasure Island in the Manasquan River (#Brielle) is just one of many places in New Jersey long rumored to be the site where the pirate Captain William Kidd hid his buried treasure. Photo by North Jersey Drone Shots.
Minke whale skull washes up at Island Beach State Park
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#WeirdNJ LIVE Via Zoom! Wed. June 2, 7:00pm ET. We've been invited to conduct a lecture via Zoom as part of @coneyislandusa's "Ask The Experts" series. More info at the link!…
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@weirdnj is one of the coolest things about our Garden State neighbors and its founders Mark Sceurman and Mark Moran join us tonight at 7pm, ET for Ask The Experts - Live on Zoom! Tickets are $5 and sales end today at 5pm, ET.…
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My cat just straight-up pissed the great state of New Jersey.
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On this #MemorialDay Weird NJ salutes the heroic service members of the U.S. Armed Forces from N.J. and across the nation who made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of our country.
Photo top: Northern New Jersey Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Sparta NJ (@MarkMWNJ). Photo bottom: Beverly National Cemetery, Beverly NJ.
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