Monster Week

Discussion in 'Talkback' started by utmtman, Aug 16, 2008.

  1. utmtman

    utmtman Senior Member

    Apparently it's monster week for Bizarre News. It seems all
    I have been reading lately are monster stories.

    For example; a police officer and a former corrections
    officer say they will be unveiling evidence of what they
    claim is their biggest capture ever: the body of Bigfoot.

    The pair of Bigfoot-hunting hobbyists from north Georgia,
    say they found the carcass of the furry half-man, half-
    ape in a wooded area and spotted several similar creatures
    that were still alive.

    At 7 feet, 7 inches tall and more than 500 pounds, this
    carcass would certainly qualify as a new species...if it
    turns out to be real.

    Not to be outdone by any Georgia stiff, two more lawmen
    in rural south Texas say they may have sighted a chupacabra,
    a hairless, short-legged creature that has long been a part
    of regional folklore.

    Cpl. Brandon Riedel said he was in the midst of a training
    session with a new recruit to the DeWitt County Sheriff's
    Department when they saw the animal running down a dirt
    road.

    Riedel is not completely convinced the animal is a chupa-
    cabra. It has a long snout that looks coyote-like. Of course,
    a coyote with mange does not make nearly as good copy as a
    mysterious goat-sucking monster.


    Hey Tex where do ya keep them Chupacabra thingies? Inquiring minds want to know.
     
  2. TexasClodhopper

    TexasClodhopper Senior Member

    Re: Monster Week



    Ever once in a while ya gotta let one go so some dying Texas town can get some news coverage.

    It's just how we look after each other.

    PS. I dare you to say, "Chupacabra" ten times in a row without stumbling!
     
  3. elkhartjim

    elkhartjim Senior Member

    Re: Monster Week

    I seen the pitures and its real. I saw em with my owned eyes.
     
  4. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    Re: Monster Week

    I can't even say it one time Tex :eek: :laugh:
     
  5. cwishert

    cwishert New Member

    Re: Monster Week

    We have things around our neighborhood scarier than what they were showing. We don't call them chupacabra we just call them muts. I lived out in the woods before and we had things that were much harder to explain but they were still dogs. :eek: :clown:
     
  6. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    Re: Monster Week

    Hey Lee, got to remember that I have to have large print to read :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: ;)
     
  7. utmtman

    utmtman Senior Member

    Re: Monster Week

    LOL I will remember that nash. I did try to make it bigger but I think I did got give it a big enough number.
     

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