In 1921 this strange creature washed up on the shore in Cape May. Was it a whale or basking shark?
Did you know that New Jersey has been the home to several sea serpent sightings over the years?
I was on Sandy Hook today researching the location of the famous Sea Serpent sighting of 1879. It was at Life Saving Station #1, now long gone. The site was somewhere between North Beach and Gunnison Beach.
Every summer, thousands flock to the Jersey Shore for its beaches and boardwalks, but lurking in the depths beyond is a historic threat to tranquility. Dozens of shark attacks and interactions have occurred throughout Jersey Shore history that reveal bravery, heartbreak and the hubris of man. A boy paid a gruesome price for teasing a … Continue reading My New Book!
Ebay and Etsy are allowing the sale of Great White Shark teeth and Jaws. Many are from juvenile sharks coming from China. You can let them know that you stand with the Great White and put pressure to remove these teeth and jaws. Many are the products of fining. Every tooth sold increases the market … Continue reading Take a Stand for Sharks
NJ058, July 13, 1916, Sea Bright While in Matawan this week preparing for Shark Week Activities, a previously unknown shark attack was uncovered from the time of the famous 1916 attacks. It is currently under investigation by NJSAF and full details will be included, with all the other NJ incidents in my upcoming book due … Continue reading New Historical Shark Attack
Shark fin soup is a tasteless gelatinous dish popular in Asian countries and parts of the United States. It is taken for male virility, even though there is absolutely no evidence it has any effect at all. For this millions of sharks meet a grizzly fate every year. They die slowly and painfully as only … Continue reading Bowl of Death