If anyone has pertinent accounts that may be of interest to Rutgers Rarities in the Rutgers community, New Brunswick, NJ, Piscataway, NJ, or areas in close proximity (South Plainfield, NJ, North Brunswick, NJ, Highland Park, NJ, East Brunswick, NJ, Bound Brook, NJ, Edison, NJ), please send an e-mail to email@example.com and look for further submission details as well as a disclaimer below. If anyone has ideas about interesting sites for investigations in these areas, also let us know. Feel free to leave comments in the guestbook and sign up for our mailing list as well. We will continuously be updating the accounts and investigations sections as more stories and leads come in, so check back often. Thank you for visiting Rutgers Rarities and Unexplained Phenomena!
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Again, the intent of Rutgers Rarities is simply to collect and examine the legends and lore surrounding this diverse and fascinating university community. Any opinions expressed on this website are not to be in any way associated with Rutgers University.
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Somewhere between reality and imagination lies a Truth that is both unknown and inexplicable. Curiosity is a natural response to that which cannot be explained, as is the tendency to assign a cause to justify an effect. If everything does happen for a reason, a certain discomfort stems from that which is unknown, and it is not within the bounds of human nature to resist asking the simple but powerful question "Why?". While it is tempting to build bridges between the two worlds of the tangible and the intangible, some mysteries are better left unsolved. The Greeks warn of the whispers from Pandora's box, as does Aesop in his tale of "The Hare and the Fox", and it has long been said that curiosity maimed the feline. Despite the strong cautions, it seems that resistance is futile, so take a walk with us, if you will, along the edge of reason. However, there are rules to follow along the way. Before you enter this world of unexplained phenomena, check your judgements, your stereotypes, your prejudices, your logic at the door. Do not try to make sense of everything, for your journey will end before it begins, either in a pit of frustration, an abyss of confusion, or a pool of denial. Truth is an entity that exists whether you grasp it or not. By opening your mind and accepting that the known and the unknown co-exist in harmony on this Earth, and on occasion overlap, and sometimes even collide, you have taken the first step in uncovering this Truth - not your truth, not someone else's version of the truth, but the Truth itself. This Truth is not meant to be understood, but to be recognized and accepted. Let us discover this Truth together.
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