So, this may be the creepiest abandoned town in New Jersey I’ve ever heard of, and New Jersey is no stranger to strange things that go bump in the night.
Even though Halloween is a long way off, there’s never a bad time for a good scare, right?
Now, as I said, Jersey has a long and interesting history of ghosts and scary things.
From the Jersey Devil to ghost sightings in Cape May, we even have haunted roads.
But all of that is nothing compared to what people are calling the creepiest abandoned town in all of New Jersey.
If you can call it a town at all.
It’s in the Jersey Pine Barrens, but it’s not a town. At this point, the only real proof that this place ever existed is a road with the name of the town.
So, What Makes This The Creepiest Abandoned Town In NJ?
Grab your tin foil hat, because we’re about to go down some real rabbit holes.
In the late 1700s, when the town was first built, there were only a few homes and businesses.
In 1936, less than 200 years later, the last person is known to have lived there left.
Since then, several strange disappearances have been linked to the “town,” including a man and his wife who seem to have disappeared without a trace.
Some researchers think this town has a doorway to another world as if that wasn’t strange enough.
In the 1970s, there were a lot of researchers from Princeton in the area, and they may or may not have found out how to travel between dimensions.
We may not be able to go back in time, but wormhole travel may have been found in this town.
Even stranger, the inter-dimensional portal seems to have been made by cult members who lived in the town and at one point fought with the US Government.
Legend says that the military members and cult members who survived the fight now live in another world.
I don’t know if there are pork rolls in this other world.
So, What Is This Insanely Strange Abandoned Town In New Jersey?
It sounds like something out of this world, and this is coming from a guy who would love to see something supernatural.
Only in Your State says that the abandoned town with missing people, wormholes, and a cult is Ong’s Hat, which is near Southampton, New Jersey.