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The Mystery Of Montauk Monster

The Mystery Of The Montauk Monster 300x225 The Mystery Of The Montauk MonsterAfter all of this time, there is still no answer to the mystery of the Montauk Monster.  On July 12th, 2008 a very bizarre creature washed ashore on a beach near the Montauk, New York business district.  This incredibly strange creature was  photographed by a 26 year old woman named Jenna Hewitt who lives in the Montauk area.  The creature was apparently already dead at the time.  However, when people went back to look for the creature later it was gone. 

So what happened to it?

East Hampton animal control told the media that they did not cart it away and that they do not know what happened to the creature: "I can tell you we have nothing to do with it."

In fact, nobody knows what happened to it.

For that matter, nobody knows what it is.

Some have suggested that the Montauk Monter was just a dead dog.  Others insist that it was a raccoon.  Some have postulated that it could be a sea turtle or a rodent.

However, some conspiracy theorists have pointed out the weaknesses in all of those arguments and have suggested another possibility.

They have suggested that the Montauk Monster is the result of bizarre genetic experiments at the nearby Plum Island Animal Disease Center.

In any event, the Montauk Monster was never found again, so this will probably forever remain one of the great unsolved mysteries of modern times.

Another picture of the Montauk Monster is posted below....

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  • http://http//originalwavelength.blogspot.com Rana Sinha

    Extraordinary.

  • Les Cooper

    Looks like the carcass of a dog with the nose rotted away.

  • ganjagoblin

    it’s a dog

  • rick

    oh look a pic of a dead bloated dog nice yuk

  • Kyle

    Why is the fly circled?

  • http://youtube hunter

    what is that a flea or fly and is the monster a pig whith a bird head and the other one i defenently a bull whith no fur

  • Nixefa

    Without doubt it IS a part decomposed north american racoon. This second pic of the same is not the same and was photographed in southern england and IS a dead cat.
    FACT.

  • Leslie

    These two pics are obviously of two differsnt animals. The first one looks like a turtle without a shell which explains the beak like mouth and the second looks like a bloated decomposing dog or cat.

  • James

    I think it shows the fly just do that no one is commenting and asking what it is on it, do they magnified it so everyone can see

  • fgbvc

    they always die… they never live for us to see, i guess we are not meant to see them at all?
    am i making sense? idc

  • mreddyo

    Neither a dog nor the more common misidentification of a turtle. Turtle physiology is absolutely not supported here …the body is to big and there are no shell matrix residue it is in essence a part of the body and the 2 are not easily separated from each other without visible signs of forced trauma……Monster or not it isn’t a creature that is readily identifiable…..to bad it’s not available for more study.

  • kamil

    i guess it was a dog drowned in water, as time passes his hair gets separated from body and nose was eaten by any other creature like fish etc……….

  • internetcynic

    The second picture shows the snout is ripped off. Furthermore, you can see there is damage to the ears. This is probably a bloated rotting corpse of a dog, possibly a Pit Bull, that I would hazard has been used for fighting, and killed in a fight. Since this is illegal, the dogs body was probably just chucked off a bridge into the river to get rid.

  • JoJo

    it happened again, few days ago in new york?! http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17tu3xw2uikl8jpg/original.jpg

  • Jack

    Its probably more likely a mutant hybrid that let loose of its lab. Or a demonic hybrid similar to the Minotaur of Greek Mythology. and the Chimera.

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