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story about gates to hell in nj

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posted on Aug, 2 2004 @ 02:57 PM
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Hmmm, as a kid I loved to watch Beauty & The Beast with Linda Hamilton. Wicked little tales like these could well be spread to scare people off. Just maybe there's a passage to the secret nationwide tunnelsystem. Who knows??
And about those whispers; I bet they were just echoes. A tunnelsystem could operate or function as a human ear in a certain manner.



[edit on 2-8-2004 by Olafski]




posted on Aug, 2 2004 @ 03:15 PM
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Gates to Hell? YeaH, THEY exist, its called the New Jersey Border. Cross it, and your in hell, NJ is a big sewer!

I remeber when I was a kid, and Id go visit my aunt in Manteca, California, there was this abanonded old WW2 warehouse called Oxy. Rumor had it it was possed by demonic forces, and Satanic cults regularly worshiped there. Me and my friends would drive out there, get stoned, then drive the car through the third underground level, tripping out at the red, evil glow made by the tail lights. We used to find dead chickens and wierd symbols on the walls. Most likely some punk kids who wanna be satanists screwing around though.

it was a really creepy place to get stoned tho!



posted on Aug, 2 2004 @ 03:18 PM
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Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
Gates to Hell? YeaH, THEY exist, its called the New Jersey Border. Cross it, and your in hell, NJ is a big sewer!


Ever notice that you have to pay tolls to get out of New Jersey, but never to get in?



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 07:15 PM
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New Jersey is not that bad all though are reputation sucks. Problem is everyone only sees the urban sights like newark and jersey city, or they are stuck on the hellish Garden State Parkway or Turnpike. Parts of the state are actualy quite nice and rurall. The coolest thing about NJ is that it seems that every super eccentric individual felt the need to gravitate to the garden state this leads to alot of crazy urban legends and tons of old scummy buildings to check out. If anyone is a fan of urban legends check out Wierd New Jersey Magazine its always a fun read and some of you out of staters will have a new appreciation for your own hometwon legends.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 07:31 PM
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AHH the Gateway to Hell..

Picture this My first apartment senior year in college...My roommate, a friend and myself are really bored on night and decide to go downstair into the basement and check things out...this house was really old built in the late 1800's(ish) Anyways, we're snooping around, not finding much when we notice some boards on the ground....we move it to find a GREAT BIG DEEP HOLE!!!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH we run screaming we found the gateway to hell!!!!!!!!! We scared ourselves that night...I think the landlord told us it was either an old well, or way back when food was lowered into it to keep cool....WE called it the gateway to hell



posted on May, 24 2008 @ 07:55 PM
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i have been to the gates of Hell may times and have found nothing but a low steam of water until i went with a very large group of people and found a tunnel next to a ladder as i went down this tunnel it went upwards like a twisted water slide at sea side or something as we went up we traveled through a line of ywist ad turns until we came up to as it seeed like 5 pipes coming out of the wall as we approached slowly i swear to you i heard 2 knocks in the distance at first i thought it was the train track no g deal so we cotinued as we did my frien said he saw a short red figure but i thought his eyes were playing tricks on him so we still continued but as we did i heard knokings again but this time like 5 feet away from us so i looked at my freinds and sprinted down the tunnel down the twisted slide which hurt tremendously by the way and jumped the wall i believe that the sound was red eyed mike or a bum but if yur interested about the main entance to the gates then as u go down the entrance there will be a intersection, in front a small pipes with running water coming out of it, to yur right a long arched tunnel with runnng water pitch black,to your left is an alternat exit that leads back outside next to the entrance but as u continue along the path on yur right there be a tunel coming out of the wall on yur left if u go through this tunnel u be at a dead end with a bunch of blankets and towels but as u continue along the main tunel u will come along three tunnels which all lead up to the same thing and have nothing in the but water when u come out of one the tunnels u come up to a very long tunnel with admirable light aftr 10 minutes of walking u willsee the exit which is a place called Red dirt for locals which is actually a place under construction they call it red dirt cuz the dirt is red prettty literal if u ask me but i hope u enjoy the info i have given u



posted on May, 26 2008 @ 12:14 AM
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Originally posted by Jennilee
this reminds me of a urban legend about the stairway to hell in the cemetary of maltby washington. i grew up with sotries of these supposed stairs in a cemetary nearby to where my hometown is...the story goes that at dark when you go to the stairs and you get to the bottom stair(which i think is thirteen) your flashlight goes out and the next step your in hell..I never did find out if it was true or not, I was way too darn scared to get down the first step. never went back...Now my curriousity is quirked again with the post on the gates to hell....


That would totally be me- way too scared to try it! Only, I would scoff at it , too, so that I didnt look chicken.



posted on May, 26 2008 @ 04:43 PM
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lol new jersey is hell, well i live thier thier and have never been thier but thiers this placed called Slabtown road near the bridge to Delaware and that is one place that I can say 100% for sure is haunted. It's just a strech of road in the woods away from the whole world and thiers shadows moving all around you and lights that move,grow,shimmer than disapear!! It's crazy!! I even had something touch me on my shoulder not lie, it's differently haunted. If anyone ever wants to go out thier to get proof just u2u my or something because I promise you won't be dissappointed!!



posted on Jun, 6 2008 @ 04:20 AM
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posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 11:45 PM
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Yes I do live there to check it out and have been there. The Gates Of Hell is kind of scary. I´ve been there about 3 times. It´s scary cause of the sounds, the stuff you see, like you see stuff that you think is there but when you look again it´s not. It appears and disappears which is what makes it fun. You also hear the train horn blow inside and you hear cars because the tunnels are below the streets which is practically the sewer. And also you hear voices and scary laughter. It´s fun because of the scariness. You get scared an people you hang out with make stupid jokes about everything. So..yea. Anyways yea I live near there and its so fun and scary a bit. I love going with my DDP pplz. LMAO!!!


GiiGii b.k.a DiiAmOnD AiiR



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 11:47 PM
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posted on Aug, 5 2008 @ 11:37 PM
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posted on Aug, 6 2008 @ 12:07 AM
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I think we all know New Jersey really is a gateway to hell lol



posted on Aug, 6 2008 @ 12:11 AM
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do u have a link to th debunking,, i would love to view it



posted on Aug, 6 2008 @ 01:04 AM
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Originally posted by Gazrok
WTF is with having concrete barriers in the center of your highway, with no frickin' U-Turn ability?
It is called safety. A funny fact about New Jersey is that it has the most commuters "per capita" of any state and also the lowest motor vehicle fatality rate. It means that driving in New Jersey, even during rush hour, is far safer than driving in any other state where the human population exceeds livestock.

In states like Florida, the highways seem designed to kill you. Florida highway signs should say "Go ahead granny, cross that 3 lanes of on-coming rush hour traffic to make your left turn - We. Dare. You."


Originally posted by Gazrok
All this combined with 8" diameter signs, denoting an exit, but only 10' before you're supposed to turn.
I am pretty sure we do that precisely to piss off the outsiders. As a driver in New Jersey, you navigate, like the old days, by using a time keeping device, dead reckoning, and dumb luck.

Back on topic...

When I was about 12 it occured to me that I already knew the location of hell. Anyone from New Jersey can vouch for this - it is called Linden, NJ.

Let me explain.

When you take the New Jersey T'Urnp'Ike, translated as "Satan's Highway", you invariably have to drive through this town called Linden. It isn't so much a town as it is a collection of old factories, power plants, refineries, and a railroad graveyard. The thing I realized by my 12th year is that I could not remember a single time I have ever seen the sun shine in Linden. The place also has a smell that is not unlike sulfur which the EPA tells us is perfectly normal and healthy for a place with so much toxic waste and refuse.

No one lives in Linden. Sure there may be a few "people" who are from Linden but once you talk with them a while you come to realize that they are empty soulless creatures.

Finally, for outsiders who really want to understand New Jersey there is no better place than the Uncyclopedia. Here is a taste:

Interstate 95 is a road that defies all logic in New Joysee. Notice the mile numbers. Notice how they randomly go up and down. Notice how if you are on I-95 North, somehow you end up on I-295 south and if you are on I-95 South you end up on I-295 North? If it isn't clear by now, I-95 in New Joysee was planned out by Hitler.

From uncyclopedia.org...

That is an old Uncyclopedia entry. Unfortunately, the newest entry under New Jersey is devoid of any useful information because New Jersey doesn't really exist.

Jon



posted on Aug, 6 2008 @ 01:13 AM
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As far as I know New Jersey has only one gate way to hell.


It is called the George Washington bridge



posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 09:52 PM
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i read your comment about the gates of hell how far have u been down there?? ever actually wondered down in the tunnels??? my friend whose form jersey told me once u reach a certain spot ur flashlights wil all quit is this true??? because people travel hundreds of miles in caves with flashlights and they never go out



posted on Oct, 17 2008 @ 07:52 PM
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posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 09:39 PM
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ya i used to live in trenton nj about 25 years ago. and ya there are alot af abandoned buildings there, anyone know the name of the bridge manufacturer that went belly up in the 70's there? i want to say roebling maybe.

driving from trenton to nyc is a history in abandoned factory towns like linden.

woops: sorry for the necropost
edit on 27-10-2010 by colonelblake because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 09:51 PM
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I can not believe that my flag was the first here. WeirdNJ is one hell of a magazine and the shows that Mike and Mike did on the History channel a few years back weren't half bad either. I live in NJ and have visited some of what has been covered in the mag, but most of it is what we consider 'North Jersey' or anything north of Trenton. Living in southern NJ there are just as many cool places to visit that don't get as much publicity as the places in the mag. Interesting that someone above me mentioned the stone living room. I always suspected it was just a teenage drinking place and I'm sure I read somewhere in one of the WeirdNJ mags that was all it really was.



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