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Old 08-19-2011, 01:50 AM   #1
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Legendary mutations of hairless beasts roam within the deep dark shadows of the forest.
An eye witness account....
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Old 08-19-2011, 09:23 AM   #2
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Driving upon a not so traveled road, I notice in the distance, a grey bony mass of a creature looking off into the beyond.
I gently applied the brakes upon the loosely graveled road and sneaked forward ever so slowly with my vehicle......
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Just as it took notice, I snapped a photo of it as it slowly meandered away.
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I captured one more shot of it and a short video before it lumbered off into the forest.
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It's so little! What is it? a deer?
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Old 08-19-2011, 06:15 PM   #5
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Chupacabra isn't it.
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Hava, you find the strangest things! Good for you, to have gotten pictures.
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Canid? Small dog or a coyote maybe? I'm gonna go back to what I was thinking before.... it's probably some poor animal with demodectic or sarcoptic mange. Whatever it is... I feel for it. It's got to be totally miserable and.... it's not gonna make it through winter.
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Canid? Small dog or a coyote maybe? I'm gonna go back to what I was thinking before.... it's probably some poor animal with demodectic or sarcoptic mange. Whatever it is... I feel for it. It's got to be totally miserable and.... it's not gonna make it through winter.

It's Gollum, looking for his "precious."
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Chupacabra isn't it.
PLOWBOY You hit it right on the head!!!!! That's EXACTLY what it is!
Now how many of THOSE have you ever seen?
I told you it looked almost elflike....
Could you imagine running into the gangly Gollum in pitch black?
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Here's a news story about a creature that looks a lot like yours. Why the people who trapped it didn't call DNR is a mystery. (Their "chupa" has been tentatively ID'd as a fox with mange.)

Maryland "Chupacabra" ID'd as fox with mange - CBS News
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