MONSTERS ARE TURNING UP EVERYWHERE IT SEEMS…MEXICO, PANAMA, & CANADA

September 18, 2009 on 6:06 pm | In CRYPTOZOOLOGY, History, message board, Paranormal | 1 Comment

MONSTERS ARE SHOWING UP ALL OVER THE PLACE IT SEEMS AND THESE PICTURES & STORIES SHOW IT ALL

Looks like this is the year for monster’s showing up all over the place it seems. At first one looks at these reports with the proper skeptical eye and waits for the solid scientific analysis. The difference nowadays is that with the proliferation of video cameras we’re getting better pictures to go along with the initial data. Hoaxes or not, every bit of info helps not only explain the reported phenomena but how past and future phenomena can be managed. Take a look at these three stories. An update on the creature killed in Panama, another creature akin to the Montauk Monster washes ashore on Long Island, a new sea monster in Cameron Lake in British Columbia, and a strange monster roaming about in another part of Canada.

Update On Cave Monster Killed In Panama

NEW MONTAUK MONSTER WASHES UP ON SHORE IN LONG ISLAND

picture of a new montauk monster

NEW CREATURE PHOTOGRAPHED IN CANADA
picture of a montauk monster type creature in canada
IS THIS A PICTURE OF A MONSTER IN CAMERON LAKE?

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  1. The top photo from Canada is a bloated dog.
    The lake photo is some type of rodent or relative of the raccoon family. Neither are monsters or aliens. I believe in ET’s but these are not them. Everyone needs to beef up their knowledge of animal species. Also on the effects of bloating & body gases distorting carcasses. Plus animals losing hair to disease, mange, parasites, dermatitis or other ailments which drastically alter their appearance.

    Comment by Midge — November 17, 2014 #

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