Devil's Trail

Synopsis: Two reality TV stars are experts at survival, but when they decide to embark upon the legendary home of the Jersey Devil can they survive? Reality TV just got real.
Genre: Horror
73 min

better at home, folks, uh, these sunglasses are about as useful as his slingshot. My slingshot is very, very useful. I have hit many, many

things with my slingshot. - Your knuckles don't count. But now, we need to go

further into the woods and eventually find the right

campsite for our first night in these spooky, haunted, witch's woods. - That's right. - And we're gonna talk a

little bit more about the uh, the stories behind the

New Jersey Pine Barrens in just a minute. But first, I got to scratch my ass. They're not gonna use that part, I'm sure. I just--

- No. - I just thought that

that would be, you know? - I'm not gonna scratch your ass. - One of the biggest legends-- Oh, dude, dude, dude. Take off your sunglasses. Take off the sunglasses, dude. - One of the most famous

legends surrounding the New Jersey Pine Barrens is

of course the Jersey Devil. A story of Mother Leeds in the early 1700s who had 12 children and said

if she had a 13th child, "May it be born a devil." And apparently, it sure was. And since then, the Pine

Barrens in particular have been haunted by this

creature with hooves, wings, and terrifying red, beady eyes. Now, that being said, it's

very important that I point out that in the state of New Jersey, there is a high population of cranes. And cranes, if you look at a picture, they kind of look a lot

like what people describe as the Jersey Devil. So most people, most

skeptics, myself included, have dismissed the Jersey

Devil pretty much entirely as people seeing cranes at night because if you look at the woods, you're gonna notice, they

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