Maine Mutant Mystery Beast Found Dead

Dr. Fong Says:
"No wonder people are afraid of it. This looks like the familiar of a local dark wizard. The people of Turner, Maine have bigger problems if there is a coven of evil wizards afoot."


"Michelle O'Donnell of Turner, Maine spotted the unidentified animal near her yard about a week before it was killed near power lines along Route 4 on Saturday. She called it a "hybrid mutant of something."

"It was evil, evil looking. And it had a horrible stench I will never forget," she told the Sun Journal of Lewiston. "We locked eyes for a few seconds and then it took off. I've lived in Maine my whole life and I've never seen anything like it."

"For the past 15 years, residents across Androscoggin County have reported seeing and hearing a mysterious animal with chilling monstrous cries and eyes that glow in the night."

"It was charcoal gray, weighed between 40 and 50 pounds and had a bushy tail, a short snout, short ears and curled fangs hanging over its lips, he said. It looked like "something out of a Stephen King story."

"The animal has been blamed for attacking and killing a Doberman pinscher and a Rottweiler the past couple of years."


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4 Comments:

Osiris said...

This could be the extremely rare Pig-Dog Beast, a distant relative of the Michigan Dogman.

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Narasha said...

Looks like a regular dog to me.

Anonymous said...

Their is no way that this was a wild domestic dog or half dog half wolf. Doberman Pinschers and Rottweilers both are very aggressive dogs that would not go down easy in a fight. If they did go down a 40 to 50 pound dog or common wolf wouldn't put it down. We are dealing with something much rarer that is not known to man. Despite the DNA tests this is not related to the household dog.

Dr. Fong said...

"Despite the DNA tests this is not related to the household dog."

We will just take your word for it...