It's #Frightday time again! This #FlashbackFriday a Wendigo ate my baby and could be coming for yours next! Better prepare by listening to this Halloween classic!
The other reptoid account occurred in Anaheim, CA (suburb of L.A.). A woman was walking her dog in the city at night when an eerie feeling over came her. She looked down toward the sewer where she saw a green creature with sharp teeth crawl out. She said it was very frightening and as her gaze locked with the creature's she became paralyzed with fear. It crawled toward her, when suddenly she snapped out of her paralysis and ran away. She jumped into the bed of a truck and called her boyfriend who was in their apartment nearby. She said that other creatures exited the sewer and they were swarming around the truck. Her boyfriend came quickly to her location, armed with a golf club and his approach scared off the creatures. They retreated back to the sewer but the boyfriend was able to catch a glimpse of them through the grate. He said they were very large and had sharp teeth.
The woman said she heard screams and noises one night outside her apartment building, shortly after the incident. She investigated the location in question where she found a large, bloody, pulpy mess spattered on the wall of the building. The couple then moved away from the location as they deemed it too dangerous. They both felt they had seen reptoid creatures.
The show commentator spoke of the lore regarding a vast subterranean tunnel system that supposedly exists underneath the Los Angeles, CA area.#cryptid#cryptids#cryptozoology#alien
For #inktoberday19/#31daysofcryptids (on 3" x 3" recycled card stock), meet the Sea Monk. This sea cryptid, described as a "fish" that looked superficially like a monk, was first found off the eastern coast of the Danish island of Zealand in 1546. The creature was subsequently popularized in Guillaume du Bartas's epic poem La Sepmaine; ou, Creation du monde. Sighting continue today. In 2011, two fishermen and some nearby swimmers spotted it in Pula, Croatia.