The True Story Behind New Jersey’s Bermuda Triangle: Round Valley Reservoir

The True Story Behind New Jersey’s Bermuda Triangle: Round Valley Reservoir
6 de may. de 2024 · 42m

Round Valley Reservoir in Clinton, New Jersey is a beautiful state park with a dark undercurrent - quite literally. Dozens of people have mysteriously disappeared since the 1970’s. It has...

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Round Valley Reservoir in Clinton, New Jersey is a beautiful state park with a dark undercurrent - quite literally. Dozens of people have mysteriously disappeared since the 1970’s. It has even garnered the nickname, New Jersey’s Bermuda Triangle, from the many people who have disappeared without a trace from its waters. Many of these deaths were deemed accidental drownings but rumors of Native American curses and haunted beings at the bottom of the reservoir have long plagued NJ’s deepest lake. Indeed, the remnants of an abandoned village, Round Valley, do actually lie below the surface. After a long drought period in the 1950s the state needed to create a water source and chose Round Valley. The residents of the small farming community were evicted by 1960 to make way for the flooding. 

Kelly spent the day at the reservoir to investigate the mysterious disappearances, and what she found was quite surprising. The land was indeed cursed, but not by any Natives or angry sea creatures. The town was unknowingly used by the government back in the 40s and 50s as a testing ground to experiment with directed energy weapons, standing scalar wave fields, and weather manipulation. 
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