Terminal of Terror 3: The Freak Show

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October 27th & 28th at the Central Railroad Terminal

Join us as we transform the historic Central Railroad of NJ into The Terminal of Terror 3 on October 27th Located in a one of a kind venue over looking the gorgeous Manhattan skyline in the heart of Liberty State Park. All aboard!

This year we are going bigger and better, with more attractions, bars and facilities.

Saturday 11am-4pm Spooky Circus (in collaboration with JC Families)
Saturday 9pm-2am- Terminal of Terror Part 2

There will be Food Trucks, Activities, Spooky entertainment, a Costume Contest with a large cash prize and much more!

There will also be a Family Friendly event Saturday from 11am-4pm in collaboration with JC Families!

Obscura Day, You Say??!!

2015-05-14_13-30-03Obscura Day 2015 is almost here, with 160+ curious and awe-inspiring events taking place around the world on Saturday, May 30.

Obscura Day is the real-world manifestation of Atlas Obscura – a day of expeditions, back-room tours, unusual access and discovery in your hometown. More than just cataloging the curious, wondrous and overlooked places of the world, we’d like to encourage you to actually go out and explore them. Special events will be taking place at unusual locations across the globe as we highlight obscure collections, eclectic museums, hidden wonders and curiosities near and afar to show that the same sense of wonder invoked by exotic travels can be found close to home if you know where to look.

Here are some choice JC sites:

The Black Tom Explosion Memorial – A simple plaque remembers an act of WWI terrorism that obliterated an island and forever scarred the Statue of Liberty

Central Railroad Terminal of New Jersey – Hidden in plain sight on the Hudson River is an abandoned train station where nature has taken over …

Harsimus Cemetery – Legend and early historians also suggest that the grounds played a major role in the freedom of thousands of slaves as a site of an underground tunnel connection known as the Underground Railroad. The tunnels may still exist below the cemetery’s hills and hidden crypts, and are being further explored.

Check out more sites HERE