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It was a hundred years ago this week when residents of the southern part of New Jersey awoke to find mysterious tracks in the snow. The tracks went over and under fences, through fields and backyards, and across the rooftops of houses, and appeared in a single line, as if the unknown creature that made them hopped on one foot or had a careful, mincing gait. Seen in country towns and in cities like Camden and Philadelphia, the tracks created hysteria, causing posses to form, schools to close, and people to stay home from work. And all this before the actual sightings of the beast that made the tracks started to come in, from places like Camden, Haddon Heights, West Collingswood, Bridgeton and Millville
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I like the weird nj site. Checked out a few things on there, but haven't found anything scary yet. clinton road was a long ride for me from my house. Saw nothing on the road but a town worker driving a snow plow LOL.
I believe the description of the devil was he had the look of pan. If you check with your Chapter Leader he'll explain who it really was they've been searching for, there has been some post's on the subject and Tom finally confessed to it being his better looking sister. We had a general alert about a year ago but she gave everyone the slip.
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