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The Beast of Bladenboro

Posted by: Nick Redfern on June 10th, 2015

“Although many eye-witnesses described the animal as looking like a black leopard, there were some who said it was more akin to a sleek-looking bear. Adding to the confusion, the tracks of the creature were said to be dog-like, rather than feline in appearance.”

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Return of the Bladenboro Beast?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 7th, 2013


It appears that the Vampire Beast of North Carolina, a monster blamed for dozens of blood-drained animal corpses, is back on the prowl and hungrier than ever.

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Beasts of Bladenboro & Bolivia Revisited

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 5th, 2008

A drawing of the Beast of Bladenboro by Gary Longordo ~ Click on the image to enlarge it. “MonsterQuest” on Wednesday, June 4, 2008, dealt with the cryptid most often known as the “Beast of Bladenboro,” in its “Vampire Beast” episode. It updated the story with the reports from the fall of 2007, when residents […]

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Bladenboro Beast Is Back

Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 17th, 2008

As the North American warm weather develops and the two new cryptozoology television series, “MonsterQuest” and “Destination Truth” battle for ratings heats cryptid matters, it will be worth our time to notice how many media mentions are generated by these two programs. For example, the Beast of Bladenboro article below appears to have been written […]

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The Beast of Bladenboro

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on October 31st, 2006

While Loren had already covered this particular beastie recently here on Cryptomundo, I thought I would share this recent article with the readers of Cryptomundo for Halloween. The Beast of Bladenboro In 1954, a savage killer kept a small North Carolina town in a grip of terror. He left big tracks, a bloody trail and […]

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Beast of Bladenboro

Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 1st, 2006

The following is a guest article by Jefferson Weaver, former reporter at the Bladen Journal of Bladen, North Carolina. Coverage of "beast" became real monster for Bladenboro By Jefferson Weaver Staff Writer Whether or not a hungry monster really stalked Bladenboro in December of 1953 and January of 1954, there was a Beast in Bladenboro […]

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Cryptotourism Travel Posters

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 20th, 2012

Fernando Reza, a graphic artist and designer based in Los Angeles, made a bunch of really cool retro travel posters for a bunch of locations based on the mythical beasts or cryptids who reside there, at least according to legend. Scotland’s poster has the Loch Ness Monster on it, Manhattan’s has giant sewer alligators, and so on. His designs are honestly way better and more visually appealing than the boring stock photography used on most legitimate travel posters. And he still has tons more material if he ever wants to do a second run of these things. New Jersey has the Jersey Devil. North Carolina has the Beast of Bladenboro.Adweek

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BeastFest 2009

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 27th, 2009

This is arriving in Bladenboro, North Carolina, during Halloween, this coming weekend. Poster image.

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Mitchell River Monster?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on May 2nd, 2006

Editor Lee Murdock of Fly Fishing Magazine brings to our attention North Carolina’s Mitchell River Monster. Noting a North Carolina author who is writing about unusual sightings in the Carolinas, Murdock writes… What caught my eye about this one was the mention of one of our area’s delayed harvest rivers coupled with the word monster: […]

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