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Oxidation Genius
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I thought they'd decided the first beasty was a mangey fox.

I'm not taking anything Whitley Streiber reports very seriously anyway.
 

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I used to have a T-shirt of a guy with a .44 standing over a slimey, tentacled, dead monster. It said "It's dead. Whatever it was."

I miss that shirt :(.
 

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EGAD! Did you guys read the part about how the body doesn't bleed and immediately begins to rot and crumble after being shot?!?! :eek:
 

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ive seen that pic before. its not the maryalnd creature. its from texas, and theres really no mystery to either of them.

the maryland creature turned out to be a fox with a peculiar skin condition akin to mange. the photo above has been identified as a long dead and decomposing coyote.

sorry to rain on the cryptozoological parade, but c'mon people.....
 

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razorwyre1 said:
the photo above has been identified as a long dead and decomposing coyote.
Good. I was waiting for that "Chupacabra" nonsense to start all over again. :lol:


Lloyd Collins said:
It is human nature if you don't know what it is then kill it. then figure out what it is.
"Yes. But now it is a dead something."
Ian Holm as Phillippe D'Arnot in "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes"
 
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