Montauk Monster (2009 Video)

Montauk Monster:“Montauk Monster” was the unidentified creature which allegedly washed ashore, dead on a beach near the business district of Montauk, New York, in July 2008. being the identity and veracity of stories surrounding it have been the subject of unresolved disputes and speculation, although the current consensus, based on the dental models and details of the front paws, he was a raccoon.
The story began with a July 23, 2008 article in the local newspaper, The Independent. Main Britton, 20, of Bay Shore, and three friends said they found the creature on July 12 at Ditch Plains beach, two miles east of the district. Beach popular surfing spot at Rheinstein Estate Park owned by the city of East Hampton. Chief Britton quotes:

We are looking for a place to work, when we saw some people looking at something … We do not know what it was … We joked that maybe it was something from Plum Island.

Her color photograph ran in black and white under the headline “Dog Bonacville” (take-off on the name of the Bonackers, which belongs to the natives of East Hampton and the Hound of the Baskervilles is a book of Sherlock Holmes series by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). Carefree article suggests that there may be a turtle or some mutant experiment from Plum Island Animal Disease Center before noting that Larry Penny, East Hampton Natural Resources Director, concluded it was a raccoon with its upper jaw missing. The article concluded that “someone took … to be buried … we hope.” the local newspaper quoted an unidentified woman, who claimed that the animal was only the size of a cat, and was decomposed into a skeleton while press coverage. She would not identify its location for inspection. Father Hewitt denies claims that his daughter is to keep the secret places of the body.

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