“Perhaps the oldest internet myth of all: the mystery of Ong’s Hat” I had a wonderful conversation with Michael Förtsch, the author of this piece for the German Scifi mag 1E9. Here is a link to the original German, and below is a PDF of a machine translation into English. I hope you enjoy it.… Continue reading Der vielleicht älteste Internet-Mythos überhaupt: Das Mysterium von Ong’s Hat
New Jersey’s Haunted History New Jersey’s haunted history extends well beyond historic mansions and old estates. NJ’s collection of ghost towns — many of which remain as ruins in state parks and forests — are magnets for ghost hunters and visitors looking for a thrill. In particular, the remains of Ong’s Hat in the Pine… Continue reading Are These 12 New Jersey Haunted Houses Real?
I recently sat down via Zoom with Jean-Baptiste Chiara of the French Art magazine Technikart. Here is a link to the issue that has our conversation within. Description of Technikart
Willkommen in der Welt von Ong’s Hat, dem Ort, an dem Wissenschaft und Mystik aufeinandertreffen, um die Grenzen unserer Realität zu sprengen! Ein bisher unbekanntes Phänomen, das euren Verstand herausfordern wird. Taucht mit mir, in eines der faszinierendsten Rätsel der Menschheit ein. Lass uns gemeinsam die Grenzen des Vorstellbaren ausloten!
Dive into the rabbit hole of unexplained mysteries and conspiracy theories! From Ong’s Hat to Mount Rushmore secrets, Titanic’s sinking to the Black Knight satellite – explore the unknown! LINK: https://youtu.be/29kzDsxqp9Q
Ong’s Hat Not much remains of Ong’s Hat (or Ong’s Hut, depending on which legend you believe). Although a ghost town, it’s not forgotten! Ong’s Hat has a long history. Although historians aren’t sure when the village got its name, it’s older than the revolutionary war. This name appears in a 1778 map of Hessian encampments in… Continue reading 6 Abandoned and Forgotten Ghost Towns in New Jersey: Ong’s Hat
Fray and Kouji return to discuss the first internet ARG known as Ong’s Hat, and its connection with the Legend Tripping Phenomenon, along with the infamous Black Mailbox and other Liminal “Sacred Spaces”. Part 2 in our Exploration of the American Shinto Phenomenon Exploring the Weird. OP Song: They Came From Below – Karl Casey… Continue reading Layer 01 Podcast | Episode 06: Ong’s Hat – Liminal Spaces and Legend Tripping
Ong’s Hat, NJ Another conspiracy theory “joke” that got out of hand was that of Ong’s Hat, New Jersey. Ong’s Hat was one of the earliest online conspiracy theories, based on a few run-down, abandoned buildings located deep in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. The story goes that science and the paranormal blended together to open doors to other… Continue reading 25 BIZARRE CONSPIRACY THEORIES You’ve Never Heard Of: 15: Ong’s Hat