Body found in Old Bridge is 42-year-old ...

Sep 10, 2009 Read more: New Jersey Online 7

Authorities converge at the wooded area on Spring Hill Road in Old Bridge, where a woman's body was found on Wednesday.

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ivan

Milford, CT

#1 Oct 28, 2009
wow.....that stuff creeps me out
The Bear Facts

United States

#2 Oct 30, 2009
I have posted several wartnings about the bear attacks in parks, and now seems the bears are getting even braver and have left the park environs to sate their bloodlust. The park rangers and animal control will do, and have done, nothing to stop this, sacrificing our safety on the altar of political correctness. If i come across a bear, he better look out as I will shoot first and ask questions later. I am anti-bear!
Arlene Velez

Newark, NJ

#3 Nov 1, 2009
The Bear Facts wrote:
I have posted several wartnings about the bear attacks in parks, and now seems the bears are getting even braver and have left the park environs to sate their bloodlust. The park rangers and animal control will do, and have done, nothing to stop this, sacrificing our safety on the altar of political correctness. If i come across a bear, he better look out as I will shoot first and ask questions later. I am anti-bear!
What park are you speaking of? I want to be prepared myself.
silverweed

Boonton, NJ

#4 Nov 2, 2009
This idea of bears in the park is not responsible. I haven't seen any evidence of bears. If bears were in the park, local residents around the park would have seen them. Garbage cans and dumpsters would be prime targets for bears. I lived on the border of the park for most of my life and saw foxes, raccoons, deer, skunks, snapping turtles etc.... no bears. No evidence of bears, no droppings no tracks nothing. Stop scaring people you fool.
Resident

East Orange, NJ

#5 Nov 2, 2009
Since when do BEARS put bodies in garbage bags?
Leave the bears alone, they were there first!
What kind of drugs are you on?
The Bear Facts

United States

#6 Nov 2, 2009
Resident and Silverweed...you sorely underestimate the intelligence and cunning of Ursus Americanus, the so-called "Black Bear". Arlene Velez is at least willing to educate herself to learn more about this bloodthirsty predator. They are experts at covering their tracks and adapting to witnessed behavior. Is it such a stretch to believe that perhaps these bears saw bodies in bags, and adapted this behavior for themselves? As humans encroach on their territory, it's a question only of when the bears come...not if!
Resident

East Orange, NJ

#7 Nov 2, 2009
You really need help, bears are now putting bodies in trash bags?
Next you'll beleive in UFO bear sightings...
What ever moonshine your on better stop! You might go blind.

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