Clinton Rd. in West Milford Leeds Point, home of the legendary Jersey Devil, aka Mother Leeds' 13th child, which she cursed before birth. The baby was born with glowing red eyes, hooves, fur, wings and a tail. It still inhabits the area and makes its presence known by hoof prints, eerie screams in the night and mutilated animals frequently found in the area.
The Pine Barrens which is the home of the Jersey Devil.
There is no place called New Jersey, New Jersey. There is a place called Jersey City, New Jersey. It is in the northern part of the state, just north of Bayonne, East of Newark, and south of Secaucus.
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The origin of New Jersey comes from a place in England called jersey.
Depends on opinion, but most would probable think Kingda Ka.
For the same reason there is a "New England". There is a place in England called Jersey so when the Americas were settled, New Jersey was born.
New Jersey is the fourth smallest US state.
The address of the Washington Association Of New Jersey is: 30 Washington Place, Morristown, NJ 7960
Yes, it is.
in new jersey
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Seaside Heights, New Jersey.
well for one, jersey shore is taken place there
New York City
New Jersey is a place therefor has many minerals and so it would be impossible to count them.
When everybody came over to Canada (immigrated) They got some of the names of places from where they came from. In England there is a place called Jersey so in the new colonies they named the place "The New Jersey" later changed to simply New Jersey. -Hope this helped -Peter
"Scariest" is entirely a matter of personal opinion. However, New Mexico does not get hurricanes can its tornadoes are relatively weak. The scariest events there are probably the occasional dust storms.
Yes there is.
Seaside Heights, New Jersey
No. Like any place, some people like it and others don't. It must not be too bad. Almost 9 million people live in New Jersey. There are heavily populated towns and rural, country areas. And then there is the Jersey Shore. New Jersey has something for everyone.
They really didn't intend to find a place and call it 'New Jersey'. At the time, it was all about expanding the land, and that portion of land that they discovered just happened to be called 'New Jersey'.