People Allegedly Report Sightings of Goatman From Urban Legends

Originally posted on Miss Open.

MARYLAND – Americans have reported seeing the Goatman in Kentucky, Texas and Wisconsin, according to Movie Pilot. The legend stated that the creature originally roamed on the backroads of Maryland.

This particular creature (The Goat Man) has been seen over and over again. They say he’s a seven foot tall carnivore. This creature has been reported in several states from Texas through Kentucky and all the way up to Maryland – but has a history of reports from all over the world. In the late 1700’s the Hell Fire Club was known to have had a hoofed visitor that even came in to play cards with them – some believe to gamble for their souls. Could that creature have been the goat man?

A couple in Maryland was making out and turned to see him outside of their car. They claimed that they barely made it out of there. It is said that the beast is seeking out sex and food from his victims and will enjoy a man, woman, or an animal just the same.

Wikipedia says that according to legend, Goatman is an axe-wielding, half-man, half-animal creature that was once a scientist who worked in the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center. The tale holds that he was experimenting on goats, the experiment went awry, and he began attacking cars with an axe, roaming the back roads of Beltsville, Maryland

The tale told on Wikipedia would be untrue though; people have been seeing the hoofed man since before the 1800’s – Maybe since the beginning of time. I am under the impression that it might be a real demon or a devil. We also have to take into consideration that there are up to four known alien species on the planet – maybe more. We only have an idea of what two of the four really look like. Who is to say that these horned men aren’t aliens?

Is it a devil or is it a ghost? Could this creature, like Bigfoot, just be really good at avoiding being found? Is it possible?

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