Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 12th, 2009
For more on this carcass found a few days ago located near Southold, New York, see here.
These folks seem to consider this new one a candidate for the old one, but I can’t see it. Nor can I get my brain around all the “germ warfare” talk. But here it is. You can read it on your own and make up your mind.
These are all turning out to be common animals decaying on the shorelines of the Atlantic, and I’m not spending too much time here on this one.
At Wikipedia, it notes:
“Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman at Cryptomundo first coined the name the ‘Montauk Monster’ on July 29, 2008.”
True enough. Okay, I can’t hide. Blame the name but not the “thing” or “things” on me.
I coined the term “Montauk Monster,” which now appears to be a genre, and that should be enough.
It will be up to others to create websites and find this year’s new mundane animal carcasses that will be labeled the most recent Montauk wonder. These things happen.
Thanks for the “body down” notice from Jason Pritchett. I would have said a “heads up,” but in this case, I’m not sure anyone can see that part of the anatomy too well.
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