“Jersey Devil” Sighting!

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The Jersey Devil is perhaps one of the strangest cryptic creatures commonly talked about, and one with a rich backstory.  Said to be the unwanted and accursed child of a witch who lived in the 1700’s, Mother Leeds, the creature is described as having hooves, a goat’s or horse’s head, bat wings, and a forked tail.  A Little Egg Harbor Township resident, Dave Black, recently snapped a picture of an unidentified life form while driving on Route 9 in Galloway, New Jersey.

Originally the observer thought that he was seeing a llama until the creature “spread out leathery wings and flew over the golf course.”  The observer took a picture, and describes what he saw as being a “large, flying mammal about the size of a deer.”  The photo appears to show something with dark brown fur, wings on its back, and cloven feet.  A video taken by a woman named Emily at about the same time also reportedly shows a reddish animal with a long neck and horns…delightful fare for this Halloween season!

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2 Comments on ““Jersey Devil” Sighting!”

  1. carycomic Says:

    Hopefully, these two most recent sightings portend a 2016 Stanley Cup victory for the eponymous hockey team.

    • vulpesffb Says:

      The Jersey Devil has also spawned a profitable cottage industry in promoting the legend near the Pine Barrens area of New Jersey…go, Devils, go!


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