Since 1766 Rutgers University has been a home to those seeking the unknown. Let’s explore what mysteries remain on the banks of the Raritan River!
Scroll further, my friends, for all the oddities that Cook/Douglass, Busch, Livingston and College Avenue Campus has to offer!
The Little Theater was originally investigated by the RR team in the dead heat of summer, when the building was … Continue reading The Best Little Theater in Rutgers – Douglass Little Theater
Lately, Rutgers Rarities has been very pre-occupied with thoughts of what lies beneath our stately campus. Evidence of tunnels and/or … Continue reading What Tunnels Snake Under Halls of Blake
This self-proclaimed “discovery” is something that a good number of people must already know about, but it seemed like a … Continue reading Super Bowl Secret – Loree Bowling Alley
Wolves? Unicorns? Rabid bats? We found ’em (or at least their dead bodies)
Well friends, as much as the RR Team has long desired pictures of our own Rutgers Rarity, Al, the famed albino deer of Piscataway – we didn’t want it like this. We finally have the proof of Al’s existence yet with this evidence came the sad news that Al has passed on to that great, … Continue reading The Last Unicorn: A Tribute to the Late RR Friend “Al”
The first day of Rutgers Rarities investigations turned out to be one of the best so far. The team was supposed to be exploring one of the hot spots for Rutgers Rarities activity, the Graduate School of Education, which is home to the foaming bats, albino rats, the stick-throwing lunatic, and the top floor mysterious … Continue reading Battack – Aggressive Attack Bats of the GSE
Featured Post Coyote Investigation I was driving home through Livingston campus late one evening when standing before me in the middle of the road was what I believed to be a wolf or a coyote. I stared the creature down before for several seconds before the headlights of another car scared it away. While many … Continue reading Animal sightings on campus!~