Beastie’s Back! Just when the Summer of 2008 has come to an end, it’s come to our attention that another monster has been found at Ocean Beach Park, in New London Connecticut. It was found by the Clapsadle family while walking on the beach. They were kind enough to take pictures to share. There certainly is a resemblance to the Montauk Monster as the snout looks the same as the beast that washed ashore this summer in Montauk, NY. The proximity of Ocean Beach Park is much closer to Plum Island than Montauk, so now there is a stronger likelihood to confirm that this may be the result of a genetic mishap.
Michael and Mitchell Clapsadle (above) are pictured standing over the carcass of the beast they discovered while walking with their parents, (Tom and Bobbette Clapsadle) at Ocean Beach Park in New London. The family said the creature attracted their interest because of its striking resemblance to the “Montauk Monster” that washed ashore this summer.
The Clapsadle family claims that the carcass did not emit a foul odor as the “Montauk Monster” found this summer did. Of course, this can be attributed to the hot sun beating on the animal, but the pictures above indicate there is a strong linking between the two.
Ocean Beach Park Manager, (Dave Sugrue) jokingly mentioned that he’s seen “CIA guys” walking around the area where “Montie’s brother” was found. Sorry Dave, but when the CIA is involved the nature of the discovery escalates. It’s really not something to joke about.
Mysteriously, the whereabouts of the creature are no where to be found.
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