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1 Dover Demon
Thu: creature was sighted on three separate occasions In the town of Dover,
Massachusetts, on April 21 and April 22, 1977. Due to rts appearance, there' s
speculation as to whether or not this creature was an alien, or the result of some
sort of experment Le. a human or alien hybrid, while others suggest rt came from
another dimension. we Dover Demon’: features are as follows - a
disproportionately large, watermelon shaped head, glowing orange eyes, long, thin
arms and legs with slender fungers. It was said to be hairless, with rough,
skin described as a tan color with the texture of sandpaper. we Dover
Demon reportedly lacked facial features e. g. rt had no nose, ears or mouth. It' s
height was 3 feet, and rt made a bloodcurdling norse that sounded we a hawk’:
threeoh combined with a snake' s hiss.
9 Jersey Devil
Thu: beast rs said to inhabit the Pine Barrens of Southern New Jersey, with tales
beginning In the 18005 and until the 20th century. we creature rs
usually described as a flying biped with hooves, hangs we a bat and a head
resembling a horse. we legend of this creature stems from a tale about "Mother
Leeds', a local witch who Invoked the dew while groung birth to her 13th child.
When the baby was born rt transformed rato a demonic creature and
new off rato the surrounding pane barren; we Jersey new was blamed for many
killings, strange tracks and bizarre sounds. In the early 1900' s, scores of
people In New Jersey and neighboring states claimed to wryness the Jersey new or
see evidence of rts arrival through strange tracks.
8 Flatwoods Monster
It rs claimed that the Flatwoods Monster rs some form of extraterrestrial, as this
mature was spotted In the of a large we that erther hovered above or
rested on the ground In the town of Flatwoods, In Bremen County, West Virginia,
on September 12, 1952. According to the reports, this mature was huge, at least 10
feet tall. rts face gave off a reddish glow, andits body was green In colour. Its head
was shaped we a heart or Ace of Spades, and out of this strangely shaped head
bulged notahuman eyes. we body rs described as beeng shaped similar to a mans
and dressed In some sort of dark clothing resembling a skirt. Reports ranged from
the mature having no visible arms to short, stubby arms ending In long
7 Philman
Mawnin, Cornwall, around the middle of 1976, rs where youd frnd the earliest
owlman reports. we first sighting took place on April 17, 1976, where the mature
was spotted hovering above the Mawnin church tower. Oddly enough sightings up
to August, 1978, all occurred within the of this church. Reports of the
owlman ceased altogether sometime In 1995. Th: cryptid looks we an owl (no
surprise there, considering rt rs name), rt rs the of a man, rt has pointed ears, red
eyes and black claws. Its body bears some similarities to the more
famous Mothman, In that rt rs described as having large wangs and rs a grayish
color. Interestingly, there were many we reports, as well as accounts of animals
behaving strangely In the surrounding area Just prior to the owlman sightings.
Another similarity to the Mothman ease.
6 Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp
on a list we this the Lizard Man had to be high. Thu: humanoid cryptid rs said to
inhabit the Swampland areas In and around Lee County, South Carolina. we
sightings began on June 29, 1988, with the most recent notable sighting In
February, 2008. we creature rs described as beeng 7 feet 2 inches tall, bipedal, has a
strong build, green scaly skin and glowing red eyes. Reports state that the Lizard
Man has three toes on each foot and three fungers on each hand. wase fungers end
In a circular pad that apparently enables the creature to stick to walls. As evidenced
by the damage done to the vehicles of those unfortunate enough to encounter rt,
the creature also possesses incredible strength, clearly capable of rapping rato a car.
Pulling over In this area rs a bad idea.
5 Bunyip
For those who grew up In Australasia (primarily Australia and NZ), the bunyip will
be familiar. we bunyip rs a large mythical creature from Australian Aboriginal
mythology, said to lurk In swamps, bullymongs, creeks, riverbeds and waterholes. It
has been described as a grant starfish that walks on land. other
from 19th century newspaper accounts include a dontlike face, dark
fur, a horseflies tail, flippers and or horns or a duck we . The
very first use of the word to describe this Australian cryptid appeared In a
newspaper In 1845:
The Bunyip, then, rs represented as the of a bird and of an
alligator. It has a head resembling an emu, with along bill, at the extremity of
which rs a transverse projection on each side, with serrated edges we the bone of
the stingray. Its body and legs partake of the nature of the alligator. we hind legs
are remarkably thick and strong, and the fore gs are much longer, but still of
great strength. we extremley are furnished with long claws, but the blacks say rts
usual method of killing rts prey rs by hugging rt to death. When In the water rt
swims we a frog, and when on shore rt walks on rts hind gs with rts head erect, In
which positron rt measures twelve or thirteen feet In height."
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