BEHR655 said:Now Jackalopes......that's a different story.
bruset said:Show us on the doll where the Jersey Devil touched you.
Stu said:I think it's real; however, I don't follow that Leeds junk. I think it's most likely an unknown species.
The Pine Barrens, evidently.BEHR655 said:Where does it live?
From my experience, most hunters go out in the early morning or day. Judging by many of the sightings, whatever it is is nocturnal. Plus that'd just be downright mean to shoot one.BEHR655 said:Why have no hunters found and killed one?
Got me on that one, seeing how more & more people are bringing cameras into the Pines. Bad timing, maybe? I dunno. For the most part, animals do their best to get away from people.BEHR655 said:Why are there no photographs?
Same reason remains of other animals, like bears, are seldom found. Excluding getting killed by something else, animals, for the most part, know if they're going to die and go to their dens or somewhere else where they won't disturbed.BEHR655 said:Why have no remains been found?
Stu said:I don't believe that 13th child crap, but I do think it's possible there are animals out there we simply don't know about.
Stu said:Once again, I don't believe that 13th child crap, but I do think it's possible there are animals out there we simply don't know about.
Yes, and sadly, they run the country.BEHR655 said:This was in a time when most people still believed in demons and witches and such. I mean these people actually believed that insects and vermin came from dead bodies and that when you sneezed demons where expelled (hence, God bless you). Not a very enlightened bunch.