Do you ever wonder what kind of impression the rest of the world has of Ocean County? There's the obvious "it's like the Jersey Shore" thought, but what I found with a quick YouTube search was much worse.

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The top 5 videos that pop up when you search Ocean County, NJ filtered by view on YouTube aren't all bad, but there are a few results that are quite concerning. Let's just dive right in.

#5 - Dateline 2017 To Catch a Predator Ocean County, NJ

Upsetting, to say the least. The fifth most viewed video when you search Ocean County, NJ on YouTube is an episode of To Catch a Predator. It has 110,000 views. I haven't seen this show before, so I did a search and found out it took place in Mantaloking. To Catch a Predator Wiki said that:

28 men between the ages of 21 and 60 were arrested over a four day period at an upscale house on the Jersey Shore.

I wish I could say this is the last we'll see of this in the search, but it's not.

#4 - Barnegat Light Osprey Cam

Much better! The 4th most viewed Ocean County, NJ YouTube video is this live stream of the Barnegat Light Osprey Cam. What do we have to do to get this to Number 1?

# 3 - New Jersey/New Jersey State/New Jersey Geography Counties

Do you know all of the counties in NJ? YouTube's 3rd most viewed video with 440,000 views will teach you!. It's an educational song that teaches the counties of NJ. It's stuck in my head now, and the singing counties are kind of adorable.

# 2 - Ocean County Pedophile Bust Part 3

Just like that, we're back to the disturbing. The 2nd most popular video of Ocean County, NJ is another clip from the To Catch A Predator episode. This one has 1.2 Million views.

# 1 - Ocean County Pedophile Bust Part 1

Upsetting, to say the least. The most-watched video when you search Ocean County, NJ on YouTube is this clip of To Catch a Predator from 2017 with 1.5 Million views.

Are you as upset with these results as I am? Let's all tune into the Osprey cam to boost those numbers, okay?

New Jersey's most disgraceful child predators and accused predators

NJ arrests 31 accused child predators in Operation 24/7

A roundup of 31 men have been accused of sexually exploiting children online, state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced on July 14 while detailing "Operation 24/7."

The suspects “possessed and or distributed videos and images of child sexual abuse, including in many cases videos of young children being raped by adults,” Grewal said.

Chat apps and gaming platforms remain favorite hunting grounds for child predators and even as the pandemic winds down, many children have continued to spend more time online.

State Police received 39% more tips in just the first 6 months of 2021 than they received in the entire year in 2019. The following are suspects charged in "Operation 24/7."

Have You Seen Them? Ocean County's Most Wanted