Mutant Creature Killed: Photos Released!

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saw this and figured what the hell i'll post it.

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Maine Mystery Beast Possibly Killed by Car
Wednesday, August 16, 2006

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TURNER, Maine ? Residents are wondering if an animal found dead over the weekend may be the mysterious creature that has mauled dogs, frightened residents and been the subject of local legend for half a generation.

The animal was found near power lines along Route 4 on Saturday, apparently struck by a car while chasing a cat.

The carcass was photographed and inspected by several people who live in the area, but nobody is sure exactly what it is.

Michelle O'Donnell of Turner spotted the animal near her yard about a week before it was killed. 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.

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

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People from Litchfield, Sabattus, Greene, Turner, Lewiston and Auburn have come forward to speak of a mystery monster that roams the woods.

Nobody knows for sure what it is, and theories have ranged from a hyena or dingo to a fisher or coydog, an offspring of a coyote and a wild dog.

Now, people are asking if the mystery beast and the animal killed over the weekend are one and the same.

Wildlife officials and animal control officers declined to go to Turner to examine the remains. By Tuesday, the carcass had been picked clean by vultures and there was not much left of the dead animal.

Loren Coleman, a Portland author and cryptozoologist, said it's unlikely that the animal was anybody's pet.

After reviewing photos of the carcass, Coleman said he was bothered by the animal's ears and snout. It reminded him of a case years ago in northern Maine in which an animal shot by a hunter could not be identified.

In the end, wildlife officials got a DNA analysis that showed the animal was a rare wolf-dog hybrid, he said.

Mike O'Donnell, who is married to Michelle O'Donnell, said the animal looked "half-rodent, half-dog" to him.

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."

"This is something I've never seen before. It's an evil-looking thing," he said.
 
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Definatly weird, kinda cool though...mmmm...hybrid
 
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foxnews.com lol

that's all i needed to see
 
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It's safe for your children to play in the street again, the big scary monster is gone now!
Better hope that's the only one that exists :p. It resembles a wolf in it's general body form.
 

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Ah, a mutant hybrid monster. I believe that's called a Dog where I live.
 
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hmmm....it looks like cross-breeded dog to me...not hybrid mutant creature. Only things that dont resemble dog are: Small ears, Odd "tumor" thing in his chest, Blue eyes.
 

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Could that be the Mysterious El Chupacabre? :scared:
The "Goat Sucker"

The chupacabra (or chupacabras) is a creature said to inhabit parts of the Americas. It is associated particularly with Puerto Rico (where it was first reported), Mexico, and the United States, especially in the latter's Latin American communities.

The name translates literally from Spanish as "goat-sucker". It comes from the creature's reported habit of attacking and drinking the blood of livestock. Physical descriptions of the creature vary. Sightings began in Puerto Rico in the early 1990s, and have since been reported as far north as the Carolinas, and as far south as Chile.

Though some argue that the chupacabras may be real creatures, mainstream scientists and experts generally contend that the chupacabra is a legendary creature, or a type of urban legend.

The form is described as a strange breed of wild dog. This form is mostly hairless, has a pronounced spinal ridge, unusually pronounced eye sockets, teeth, and claws. This animal is said to be the result of interbreeding between several populations of wild dogs, though enthusiasts claim that it might be an example of a dog-like reptile. The account during the year 2001 in Nicaragua of a chupacabra's corpse being found supports the conclusion that it is simply a strange breed of wild dog. The alleged corpse of the animal was found in Tolapa, Nicaragua, and forensically analyzed at UNAN-Leon. Pathologists at the University found that it was just an unusual-looking dog. There are very striking morphological differences between different breeds of dog, which can easily account for the strange characteristics.

Hmm...:S
 
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Hum the first picture is disturbing xD...seriously =P something is weird about this dog's face then...they look...different in the first picture, on the second one he looks like an ordinary dog indeed.

"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."
OMG RUN FOr YoUR L!FE!
 
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I'm far from an expert, but that just looks like a dog to me.

if it's not a dog, then it might be a 'flaw' of nature, think of it as the 'elephant dog' instead of 'man'
 
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If it's not a dog... it's probably just a dog/wolf hybrid they breed on occasion.

There are specific breeders of these hybrids down in florida. Hard to control if inexperianced... the more wolf the more difficult, but not impossible. Something about actually having to earn the animal's respect and trust.
 
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It's dark sided i tells ya. I AM THE GOD WARRIOR!!!

Neway looks like a regular mutt to me >_>
 
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Pfft... thats a dog with skin cancer. My hamster had the same thing. :D
 
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Arthos said:
If it's not a dog... it's probably just a dog/wolf hybrid they breed on occasion.
lol anyone think of

"Hey Joe let's make a dog hump a wolf."
"Alrighty Cletus i'll bring along my video camera."
 
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look at its heads bone structure, its definately no dog breed ive ever seen before, tbh it looks more hyena-ish, the thing thats weird about it is the way the eye's bulge out. Could just be an unknown dog breed though.
 
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It's a weird looking dog. :S

Nice to see Fox are upholding their standards for topical and important news.

I despair..
 
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Looks like a type of wolf... and Fox will still push the Jesus machine on it.
 
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Synergy said:
Could that be the Mysterious El Chupacabre? :scared:
The "Goat Sucker"

The chupacabra (or chupacabras) is a creature said to inhabit parts of the Americas. It is associated particularly with Puerto Rico (where it was first reported), Mexico, and the United States, especially in the latter's Latin American communities.

The name translates literally from Spanish as "goat-sucker". It comes from the creature's reported habit of attacking and drinking the blood of livestock. Physical descriptions of the creature vary. Sightings began in Puerto Rico in the early 1990s, and have since been reported as far north as the Carolinas, and as far south as Chile.

Though some argue that the chupacabras may be real creatures, mainstream scientists and experts generally contend that the chupacabra is a legendary creature, or a type of urban legend.

The form is described as a strange breed of wild dog. This form is mostly hairless, has a pronounced spinal ridge, unusually pronounced eye sockets, teeth, and claws. This animal is said to be the result of interbreeding between several populations of wild dogs, though enthusiasts claim that it might be an example of a dog-like reptile. The account during the year 2001 in Nicaragua of a chupacabra's corpse being found supports the conclusion that it is simply a strange breed of wild dog. The alleged corpse of the animal was found in Tolapa, Nicaragua, and forensically analyzed at UNAN-Leon. Pathologists at the University found that it was just an unusual-looking dog. There are very striking morphological differences between different breeds of dog, which can easily account for the strange characteristics.

Hmm...:S
Chupacabra's have scales... OMG it's a dog that was bitten by a chupacabra, then when it got killed it turned back into a dog.

I say it's a dog or maybe even a wolf.
 
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look at its heads bone structure, its definately no dog breed ive ever seen before, tbh it looks more hyena-ish, the thing thats weird about it is the way the eye's bulge out. Could just be an unknown dog breed though.
Exactly what I think, notice the short snout, really freaky =o
 
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at first sight, it remind me of a squarrel + some human ape + furr combination.
 

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