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    The Converse Werewolf in Texas

    Converse, Texas

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    Bexar County Woods

    2 years ago  /  33 notes  /  Source: cryptidchronicles

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    Map I-Wildmen Map

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    Map II-Sasquatches and Australopithecine

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    Map III-Unknown Apes Map

    2 years ago  /  25 notes  /  Source: frontiersofzoology.blogspot.com

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    The Owlman of Mawnan (or "Death Raptor")

    Mawnan Church

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    The Owlman

    Reports of Strange Sightings in Cornwall

    2 years ago  /  65 notes  /  Source: naturalplane.blogspot.com

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    Ocheesee Pond

    Swamp of Ocheesee Pond

    2 years ago  /  14 notes  /  Source: exploresouthernhistory.com

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    2 years ago  /  7 notes  /  Source: superpunch.blogspot.com

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    The first mention of Batsquatch in 1994

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    Batsquatch by Illustrator Uriel A. Duran

    2 years ago  /  29 notes  /  Source: cryptidchronicles

  7. The Lake Norman Monster

    cryptidchronicles:

    A Fresh-Water Cryptid Mystery


    To say North Carolina’s Lake Norman is the haunt of a monster or monsters is no understatement. Far too many people have reported encounters with “it” over the years for it, or them, to be anything other than something quite frightening and highly unusual. A good starting place for this anomaly in the water is the fact of a nuclear power plant at the top of the lake.

    Science fiction has a habit of becoming science fact. Many of us have seen films from the 1950s such as “Them,” or “The Amazing Colossal Man” to name just two movies about unrestrained growth due to radiation exposure. Lake Norman was created in 1963 by damming the Catawba River at a place called Cowan’s Ford. The water spread out well over 50 square miles forming a shoreline of some 520 miles, and in some spots going down well over 100 feet deep. This area of the river had a long history with the Catawba Native Americans, the early settlers, along with many historical sites from the Revolutionary and Civil War eras. Unfortunately, all underwater now.


    The Nuclear Power Plant went commercially operational in 1981
    . Stories of gigantic fish in the lake go back farther in time though.

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    2 years ago  /  76 notes  /  Source: snowmermaid

  9. fuckyeahnightmares:

    Recorded September 2011 while camping on the Saco River just outside Conway New Hampshire. While I don’t believe in bigfoot, many have told me that is what this is. I decided to post it and maybe someone who can identify the call will know it.”

    2 years ago  /  66 notes  /  Source: fuckyeahnightmares

  10. Kawaii Bunny Girl Ghost

    fuckyeahnightmares:

    this kawaii piece of scary desu right here is ghost kawaii bunny girl

    she has been sighted in tons of cute places

    (not your places cos its totally not kawaii at all ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ) 

    the only way to get rid of her is to throw a bunch of baka holly water at her kawaii face but why would u do that/???

    you mean baka 

    Fuck Desu Nightmares Answered: damn thta was some scary shit gotta flipped my table here (/¯◡ ‿ ◡)/¯ ~ ┻━┻ 

    10/10 for dem desu scares and thanks for sharing!!11

    2 years ago  /  224 notes  /  Source: fuckyeahnightmares