The Jersey Devil: Legend, Lore and Science
Chris Chaos Paperback – August 27, 2017
Was the Jersey Devil simply just early man's ignorance on display? When the early European settlers were exploring and settling New Jersey, did they misinterpret the natural fauna as something supernatural? Some of the beasts that roamed the wilderness may have toyed with the minds of the early settlers..especially at night. Speculation concerning his diet, habits and the many theories of what the Jersey Devil could be are explored.
The Introduction: Pleased to meet you
The Legend 1735
Various Sightings Jersey Devil Highlights and Overview
The Jersey Devil Post Card
Hoaxes Manipulated Photos, Hoaxes and Confirmation Bias
The Jersey Devil Spotted?
The Devil Goes to PA
What Could the Jersey Devil Be? Hybrid Theory
Hammerhead Bat Theory
The Sandhill Crane Theory
The Red Kangaroo Theory
Speculation of the Jersey Devil's Diet
The Birth Defect, Feral Child Theory The Pterodactyl or Dinosaur Theory
Devil Tracks and Prints The Whitesbog Print The Devil's Footprints, February 1855 England
Politics and the Possible Parents of the Jersey Devil?
Relatives and Siblings
Jersey Devil Experiences
The Significance of the Crescent Holed Outhouse and the Jersey Devil
A Brief Note on "THE SEARCH FOR THE JERSEY DEVIL" documentary
Laura Giglio Auditions as Mother Leeds
Does this Man have the Jersey Devil Skull?
The Blue Hole
The Holy Holy Holy Altar of Judgment
The Jersey Devil Poem by Linda Reddington The Unholy Thirteenth References
About the Author
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