|Statement||by Geoffrey Girard.|
|LC Classifications||GR110.N2 G57 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004025966|
This book is a great collection of the multitudinous versions of the Jersey Devil myth, along with connected legends and stories of sightings to document the wide variations that have occured over time. Even the shape and form of the Devil himself is in contention--from something serpentine to humanoid/5(9). The Jersey Devil, the best-selling book on New Jersey's infamous Jersey Devil with o in print. Now back in print this new edition of the classic will bring the tale to a whole new by: 4. This book is a great collection of the multitudinous versions of the Jersey Devil myth, along with connected legends and stories of sightings to document the wide variations that have occured over time. Even the shape and form of the Devil himself is in contention--from something serpentine to humanoid/5. The Jersey Devil is the story of Sam Willet and his family's axe to grind with the Jersey Devil, who terrorized Grandma Willet six decades earlier. Aided and abetted by a noted cryptozoologist, they walk into the Pine Barrens. Some of them even manage to hobble out. This book is about as gentle as a trip to a slaughterhouse/5.
Tales of The Jersey Devil Walking Tour. The Jersey Devil was first mentioned in print in , but the stories reference as his birth. are even OLDER stories of a creature seen flying from tree top to tree top in the ancient forest known as the Pine Barrens! Join us on a walking tour thru Asbury Park’s historic downtown as we slip. A spirited telling of the legend of the jersey devil, with illustrations that match the spooky story. I would love a little more historical information or links to sites with some factual history or speculations as to what it might have been/5. Tales and stories of the Jersey Devil have haunted the Pine Barrens for decades. There have been many depictions of the Jersey Devil over the years. The New Jersey Pinelands is home to miles of pine trees and sandy roads, but it is also home to New Jersey’s most infamous resident The Jersey Devil. The commonly held story of the Jersey Devil bears no resemblance to any sort of reality, however. The story is one born not of a blaspheming mother, but of colonial era political intrigues, Quaker religious in-fighting, almanac publishing, a cross-dressing.
The Jersey Devil, the best selling book on New Jersey's infamous Jersey Devil (o in print) is now a major motion picture: 13th Child: Legend of the Jersey Devil starring Cliff Robertson, Lesley-Anne Down and Robert Guillaume. This is the book that inspired the movie Complete with photographs/5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Phantom of the Pines: More Tales of the Jersey Devil by James F. McCloy and Ray, Jr. Miller (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! According to popular folklore, the Jersey Devil originated with a Pine Barrens resident named Jane Leeds, known as Mother Leeds. The legend states that Mother Leeds had 12 children and, after finding she was pregnant for the 13th time, cursed the child in frustration, crying that the child would be the y: United States. The Jersey Devil Without a doubt, New Jersey’s oldest, most enduring, and important pieces of folklore is the tale of the infamous Jersey Devil. For close to three hundred years now, Jerseyans have told tales of this mythical beast that stalks the Pine Barrens and terrorizes local residents.