Urban Legend: The Story of the Jersey Devil

New Jersey– The New Jersey Devil is a mythical creature that has haunted the woods of New Jersey’s Pine Barrens since the 1700s, and is said to be New Jersey’s version of Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster.

It’s an urban legend that’s been passed down for generations.

The demon is said to have the head of a horse, the body of a man, the wings of a bat, and a long tail.

There have been sightings and reported incidents involving this creature over the years, striking fear among New Jersey residents.

The legend of the Jersey Devil has grown over the years and become entrenched in New Jersey culture.


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