New Jersey -- The New Jersey Devil is a mythical creature that has haunted the woods of the New Jersey Pine Barrens since the 1700s, and has been said to be New Jersey's version of Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster.
This is an urban legend that has been passed on for generations.
The demon is said to have the head of a horse, the body of a man, wings of a bat, and a long tail.
There have been reported sightings and incidents involving this creature throughout the years, bringing fear to N.J. residents.
The legend of the Jersey Devil has grown over the years and has become ingrained into the culture of New Jersey.