Walkthrough with New Jersey Paranormal Project – The Hog’s Pen in Jonathan’s Woods of Denville NJ

This was such a cool place! After hiking in for about 3 miles on a cold February morning we came to this bowl in the rock ledges called The Hog’s Pen. It is a historic place that dates back to the 1700’s. I tried not to know too much about the location before our Walkthrough, more historic information can be found in the Investigation Reveal video.

After 20 minutes of walking around and me just picking up residual energy from the place, we then encountered an intelligent energy that was directly responding to requests via the K-2 EMF Meter and the Mel-Meter. I picked up on the name David and that he wants to show us something and he is a bit protective. I also picked up on the fact that although this was a place created by the Germans and Dutch for safety from the British and ravaging Native American tribes, I got the impression that Native Americans, or a single Native American, knew intimately of this place and that the Europeans had help from the good local tribes in finding the place.

Well I can’t wait to find out what we are going to find out in the history books! Stay tuned!

2 thoughts on “Walkthrough with New Jersey Paranormal Project – The Hog’s Pen in Jonathan’s Woods of Denville NJ

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  1. Hello. Back in the day, as they say, there was no park. It was just “The Woods”… our woods.
    My friends and I would often camp on top of Hog’s Pen Rock in the 50s and 60s. We lived in the Rock Ridge Lake neighborhood of Denville. My house was at the end of East Glen Road (with the circular drive – exactly east of Hog’s Pen).
    Why does no one climb up onto Hog’s Pen Rock? It has a flat grassy area that is quite inviting… our camping spot,
    It always had a spiritual sense to it… even to us teenagers. Fond memories.


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