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Why would I do a paper on the New Jersey Devil The answer to that is quite simple Ever since I was a little child I would travel on Route 206 to the shore this road slices the pines all the way from Trenton to the Shore Many thoughts entered my mind during this long drive Will the beach be crowded Will the salt water make me gasp as I stick my feet in Will I hear the bells of the ice cream man But as I asked myself these questions I could not help to stair into the dense rows of pines As I got lost in these endless trees stories began to spring up in my mind about New Jerseys famous creature The New Jersey Devil Ever since those long car rides I have been wondering about this fascinating creature and this paper gave me the perfect opportunity for all of my questions to be answered on one of the worlds greatest mysteriesI would not consider myself a scholar on the New Jersey Devil in fact I barely know anything about the creature One piece of information that I do know is that the creature supposedly inhabits the Pine Barrens but can be found throughout South Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania The New Jersey Devil is considered evil and has a hair-raising appearance Along with the tad-bit of knowledge I hold on the devil I have many queries on it To start off is it real What does it look like Is it dangerous to humans What is its purpose Is it related to the devil How has it come into existence After I am finished my research no rock will be left unturned and all my questions on the New Jersey Devil will be answeredMy next task was to gather as much information as I could on the New Jersey Devil To accomplish this task I had to go through many a strenuous
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