Shirtwood Forest, as it is known to some, is an area of swamp just a few yards into the woods, just off Route 70 in the town of Brick, New Jersey. The area is known for the sheer number of men's white dress shirts are hung on trees for no discernible reason.
On or around October 17, 1999, 17 men's white dress shirts were found hanging 20-feet up in the trees. Twelve days later, on October 29th, twelve additional shirts were found hanging in the same area, making for a total of 29, and a bird with a broken neck lay at the bottom of a tree.
When I went back there, white shirts were hanging all over the place. The shirts were hung as if a person would be inside them. I threw rocks at them, and they made a funny noise as if they were sprayed with some sort of starch. It just seemed a little strange to us. -Joe (Weird U.S.)
- No one knows who put the shirts there or for what purpose.
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