New Jersey has a reputation for being a quirky and unusual place, and there are many bizarre stories that have come out of the state over the years. However, one of the most unusual and intriguing stories involves a small town called Ong’s Hat, located in the southern part of the state. LINK: https://www.guntherpublications.com/the-story-of-ongs-hat-new-jersey/
Source: https://youtu.be/9IZk53UZapM Joseph Matheny dit connaître la vérité sur ce qu’il se passe à Ong’s Hat. Mais il n’est pas celui qu’il prétend être… Chapitrage : 00:00 – 01:42 Les intrus débarquent 01:43 – 04:48 Ong’s Hat 04:49 – 07:49 La création de Ong’s Hat 07:50 – 10:07 Matheny reprend le projet 10:08 – 13:09… Continue reading Où sont passés ces gens disparus à Ong’s Hat ? – Le mystère d’internet qui est allé trop loin
Ong’s Hat Location: Pine Barrens, NJ LINK: https://kiss951.com/2023/08/15/9-ufo-sightings-were-reported-in-north-carolina-during-july/ The Conspiracy: Pine Barrens is a ghost town in NJ. But what makes it so interesting is there is only one building- that would be Ong’s Hat. It is said that the town was bustling in the 1860s. Though it is unknown if there were ever any… Continue reading 20 Conspiracy Theory Locations To Visit Including One In North Carolina: Ong’s Hat
Ong’s Hat Not much remains of Ong’s Hat. 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 New Jersey. The town’s peak may have been in… Continue reading 6 Abandoned and Forgotten Ghost Towns in New Jersey
Has the oppressive August heat had you pining for the woods? Well, If you take the New Jersey Turnpike to exit four and follow Route 70 east, you will reach Route 72 at Four Mile Circle. If you take the sharp left from the circle you’ll find Ong’s Hat Road and a desolate, murky trail… Continue reading 11th Hour Audio – Creature Feature of the Month – Jacob’s Revenge
What’s happening guys! Come join me as o take a trip out to 3 Historic Haunted Pine Barrens locations. Carranza Memorial, Brooksbare Brick Factory and the alleged site of the Ongs Hat Laboratory. Hopefully you guys like and subscribe cause I’d love to have y’all around.
Ong’s Hat What may be left of Ong’s Hat (Hut) would be found in the forest of New Jersey. Chances are, though, that nothing left of the ruins exist. The fictional place certainly doesn’t leave behind ruins and ranks as one of the most interesting places that don’t exist by legend alone.©iStock.com/Terryfic3D Tucked into the… Continue reading The Most Famous Places on Earth That Aren’t Actually Real
This is weird. I think the authors of this piece are conflating this interview I did with David Jay Brown and Rebecca Novack with the Ong’s Hat mythos. Oh well. More grist for the rumor mill, I guess. In the realm of urban legends and Internet folklore, few tales are as unnerving and enigmatic as… Continue reading The Creepy Curse of Ong’s Hat Calls: A Haunting Mystery