Sykesville Monster

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Sykesville Monster

Post by weasel666 on Tue 04 Mar 2014, 15:23

Beginning in late May of 1973 and continuing until mid-July of the same year, a number of residents in the Carroll County town of Sykesville claim they saw huge, hairy monsters in and about the area. Police Chief, Omer Hebert found several large, human-like tracks in mud. Reportedly, Chief Hebert made a plaster casting of one of the tracks and is said to have taken the casting with him when he left office and moved out of state. A statement made by a State Police spokesman proposed that the Sykesville Monster sightings were simply hysteria generated as a result of the movie, The Legend of Boggy Creek which was playing in Baltimore theaters at the time. However, witnesses of the Sykesville Monster were not satisfied with that explanation. In 1980, seven years after the initial furor, The Enigma Project returned to Sykesville to re-interview several of the original witnesses. Their stories remained unchanged and they were still adamant that they had seen something very unusual.


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