Skip to comments.Mystery Creature Sighting Stuns N.J. Town; No One Has First Clue What It Is
Posted on 08/07/2013 7:46:43 AM PDT by BenLurkin
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The Coffee Devil. So cute.
I can’t figure out if you’re a moron or a troll. Either way, bye.
I take *one* lousy vacation in 30 years and people come unscrewed.
It’s a fox with mange.
Apparently not...or here, either.
Those pictures are so sad! Red foxes are such neat little guys... we had a family of them living at the edge of the woods on our farm at one point and thought them to be good luck, seeing as we had hunter/jumper horses. Tally-ho and View Halloo! And they do sort of prance around like cats... I love to watch them hunting field mice.
3rd from left, top row of those thumbnails pretty well nails it, even as to size. And a fox can show a sort of cat-like movement more than a dogs or coyote does, which fits the witnesses description..
Did you ever watch the movie documentary “Six days til air” about the making of an episode of South Park?
OMG it was even more hilarious than an actual show
I wish they would record how they make an episode every week
For the last time, it wasn’t me in the Jersey Devil suit.
And the rumors about a bet that a human could be more convincing in a Jersey Devil suit than a doberman are completely unfounded!
The town wouldn't happen to be called "Grover's Mill", would it?
I think only Steely Dan or Genesis fans would know what a Squonk is.
A small mythical creature who disappears because of his own tears?
Have you ever seen a squonk’s tears, well look at mine...
The Squonk is of a very retiring disposition and due to its ugliness, weeps constantly. It is easy prey for hunters who simply follow a tear-stained trail. When cornered it will dissolve itself into tears.
True or False?
Any major dude will tell you.
True! Big Genesis fan here. I saw them at Madison Square Garden back in the early 90’s.
Funny story....I sat behind three young girls from Lon Ghisland who were bopping and rocking to “Invisible Touch” which was a big hit at the time. Later in the show I stood and yelled like a maniac when the band broke into “Apocolypse in 9/8” and the girls looked at each other and said “I don’t know this one...do you know this one?”
Got a big kick out of that.
What’s funny is that now today the only people who still identify themselves as Genesis fans, tend to be the fans of the earlier stuff.
For me, A Trick of the Tail is one of the greatest albums of all time, every song on it is classic.
A tall fox. Not the same kind of Fox usually seen on FOX TV.
Just watched this with a smile on my face...
It could be a modern clarion call for our times...
“There’s an angel standing in the storm...”
I confess, I much prefer Phil’s “Seconds Out” version.
Here’s is the version with Phil and Bill Bruford on drums.
Yes, that’s what I immediately thought. Can you imagine the absolute torture that animal is suffering? Don’t they have a Game Commission in that state to trap it and if they can’t help it then euthanize it. It’s not going to recover on it’s own.