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Where in New Jersey is the scariest place to be for Halloween?

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2006-04-07 21:52:51
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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.

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