These 10 Werewolf-Friendly Towns In New Jersey Will Bring Out The Animal In You

Werewolves don’t actually exist (or do they?) but if they did, which New Jersey towns would be the best places for them to call home? With Halloween approaching, it’s fun to think about. This list takes into consideration dog-friendliness, population density, open space to roam and anecdotal evidence.

While the aforementioned seem like safe options, werewolves may want to avoid Silverton and Little Silver. I hope you enjoyed this list and would love to hear your suggestions. Share your top picks for werewolf-friendly cities in the comments.

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