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Additionally, Weird NJ has also been responsible for saving the historical copper dome in the town center of Fair Lawn, which was scheduled to be torn down after a fire destroyed the building it sat upon.
Is this really true? I assume this is referring to the Radburn clock tower, which isn't a dome and I don't think Weird NJ had anything to do with that.
When I rewrote the article I left out the part about a controversy about the Ramapough Mountains Indians because I could not find any evidence that the controversy was that significant (or existed, but Im sure it did). I also could not find any information about any controversy about promoting tresspassing which I vaguely remember, does anyone know anymore?
- Wouldn't that be the Ramapo Mountains? _ Nunh-huh
- Ramapough Mountain Indians seems to say there are two possible spellingsMechBrowman 04:26, Feb 16, 2005 (UTC)MechBrowman
Is there really any reason to mention the websites? They aren't really anything more than ads and portals for basic information about the magazine and books. It's like mentioning that Coca-Cola has a website, or CNN. Everyone has a website.
- Really, I don't see any reason why NOT to include the website. It's convenient for the user who wants to go on to the primary source. If I'm reading about CNN, I would find it convenient to be able to click directly to the CNN site to see for myself. Same here. (D.B. Echo, Feb. 19, 2006)
- Exactly...Those are the official websites. They're a part of what "Weird NJ" is. It is relevant. Michael 08:31, 10 August 2006 (UTC)
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List of Weird Books
I wanted to add this list of every book in the "Weird States" series, but I'm not entirely sure where to put it on this page, or if a seperate page for the series would be a better place for it. All release dates are from Amazon.
- 1. Weird NJ - August 28, 2003
- 2. Weird U.S. - October 4, 2004
- 3. Weird Florida - April 7, 2005
- 4. Weird Illinois - April 7, 2005
- 5. Weird Wisconsin - April 7, 2005
- 6. Weird Pennsylvania - July 25, 2005
- 7. Weird Texas - July 25, 2005
- 8. Weird New England - September 25, 2005 (covers Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont)
- 9. Weird New York - November 25, 2005
- 10. Weird Ohio - January 15, 2006
- 11. Weird California - March 2, 2006
- 12. Weird Georgia - April 24, 2006
- 13. Weird Maryland - July 25, 2006
- 14. Weird Michigan - July 25, 2006
- 15. Weird Minnesota - September 1, 2006
- 16. Weird NJ Volume 2 - September 1, 2006
- 17. Weird Virginia - June 1, 2007.
- 18. Weird Carolinas - June 1, 2007 (covers North and South Carolina).
- 19. Weird Las Vegas and Nevada - October 1, 2007.
- 20. Weird Arizona - October 1, 2007.
- 21. Weird England - October 1, 2007.
- 22. Weird Indiana - May 6, 2008
- 23. Weird Kentucky - May 6, 2008
- 24. Weird Massachusetts - May 6, 2008
- 25. Weird Washington - May 6, 2008
Until next time...
Anon e Mouse Jr.
And here's some more. Six classics, rereleased in paperback, and three new books. All dates from Amazon.
- 26. Weird U.S. The ODDyssey Continues - to be released November 4, 2008
- 27. Weird Missouri - to be released November 4, 2008
- 28. Weird Louisiana - to be released May 5, 2009
- Weird California - paperback edition to be released May 5, 2009
- Weird Florida - paperback edition to be released May 5, 2009
- Weird N.J. - paperback edition to be released May 5, 2009
- Weird Pennsylvania - paperback edition to be released May 5, 2009
- Weird Texas - paperback edition to be released May 5, 2009
- Weird U.S. - paperback edition to be released May 5, 2009
Until next time...
More new hardcovers for the series (finally), including the long-delayed Weird Louisiana:
- Weird Louisiana: Your Travel Guide to Louisiana's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets by Roger Manley, Mark Moran, and Mark Sceurman (Hardcover - Jan. 5, 2010)
- Weird Oregon: Your Travel Guide to Oregon's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets by Al Eufrasio, Jefferson Davis, Mark Sceurman, and Mark Moran (Hardcover - May 4, 2010)
- Weird Colorado: Your Travel Guide to Colorado's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets by Charmaine Ortega Getz (Hardcover - May 4, 2010)
- Weird Encounters: True Tales of Haunted Places by Joanne Austin and Ryan Doan (Hardcover - Sept. 7, 2010)
- Weird Hollywood: Your Travel Guide to Hollywood's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets by Joe Oesterle, Mark Moran, and Mark Sceurman (Hardcover - Oct. 5, 2010)
Also, "Weird Hauntings: True Tales of Ghostly Places by Joanne Austin, Mark Moran, and Mark Scuerman (Hardcover - Sept. 1, 2006)" is part of this series. "Weird Encounters" is a follow-up to it.
Until next time...
Two more hardcovers:
- Weird Oklahoma: Your Travel Guide to Oklahoma's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets by Wesley Treat and Mark Sceurman (Hardcover - May 3, 2011)
- Weird Tennessee: Your Travel Guide to Tennessee's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets by Roger Manley, Mark Sceurman, and Mark Moran (Hardcover - May 3, 2011)
- Perhaps you might want to create a new article, "List of Weird States books" or something like that. For lots of examples of other "Lists" articles, see List of lists of lists (no kidding). Cheers! Reify-tech (talk) 16:02, 17 July 2013 (UTC)