“Sheepsquatch”

sheepsquatch– – Mysterious shadows, screams in the night, hairy hominids, and a hair-raising sense that something is watching me…these are a few of my favorite things!  Few cryptic creatures are as laughably strange, however, as is the Sheepsquatch, a crossover between mutton and man reported throughout West Virginia and in the southwestern region of Virginia. 

Also known as “the white thing,” Sheepsquatch is described as a goat-faced, ram-horned Bigfoot clone that’s about the size of a bear with completely white, wool-like fur.  The head is long and pointed like a dog’s, sporting long saber-like teeth.  The creature has horns like those of a young goat, which some observers have mistaken for a second set of eyes.  Curiously, the front limbs of Sheepsquatch are reported to end in paw-like hands, similar to those of a raccoon but larger.  Bringing up the rear is a long and hairless tail.  As a topper, this “sheep that’s gone savage” is reported to smell like sulfur!  No wonder it’s elusive…

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3 Comments on ““Sheepsquatch””

  1. carycomic Says:

    It sounds more like a Wampa-beast. Is there a Stargate between Hoth and Earth?

    • vulpesffb Says:

      Hoth’s a cool place, but I wouldn’t wanna live there…

    • vulpesffb Says:

      I wouldn’t want a Wampa-beast as a pet…who would want to clean up after one had done its business on the neighbor’s lawn?


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