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Montauk Monster 2.0 (New Pictures!)

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

It’s been quite a week for us here at Montauk-Monster.com! First, I’d like to thank our loyal readers for providing many thought provoking comments about their theories of what the Montauk Monster might be. At this time, we do not have conclusive evidence as to what specific species the bloated carcass is. Yes, there are skeptics out there. Many ask does this even exist? Is this a hoax? Could this be viral marketing?

Please understand that the pictures below (new!) show angles in addition to the shots widely seen earlier this week. I can assure you this is not a hoax as I witnessed the beast with my own eyes and took the photographs below. Additionally, there were three other people present with me when we came up-close and personal with the Montauk Monster. In regards to viral marketing, the only thing that has turned viral is the questions and concerns around what’s washing up on the shores of Long Island, NY. If “Montauk Monster Mania” is the bi-product of deep questioning about the creatures origins, (read our comments section!) so be it. I think we all have a right to know what’s going on here.

Please review our discovery below:

I still believe that the creature shown above has origins from Plum Island. This is the third occurrence documented by photograph. (Monty 08’, The Clapsaddle Carcass, followed by Montauk Monster 2.0) All beasts have striking similarities. Much like Chupacabra sightings being more frequent in Latin American countries, the Montauk Monster (mutated and bloated carcasses) are being discovered more frequently around Long Island, NY.  In my opinion, the link behind the washed up beasts is Plum Island.

I encourage you to read this article that I found regarding the spread of disease in relation to Plum Island.  Please note that this article was published before our discovery. (Swine Flu Paranoia)

Please understand I’m not trying to point the finger at Plum Island for the Swine Flu epidemic.  Being that animal viruses and diseases (many foreign of nature!) are sometimes not fully-contained in Plum Island’s facility, it’s a fair argument to say that Swine Flu may have leaked from Plum Island.  Additionally, if deer have previously had success leaving Plum Island on a swim to land (carrying ticks with Lyme disease) it’s certainly possible that another “animal” can do the same.     

I’ve taken into consideration that studies at Plum Island are designed to protect the US as “Beastie” might have been created for research purposes against potential viruses or disease.  The proximity to Long Island and the security (contracted!) on  Plum  Island are my only concerns.  Read the down and dirty here.
 

Everyone has their theories about the Montauk Monster. Some say a “turtle without a shell” (seriously!?) while others claim a cross breed between a pig and dog. Either way, it’s been established that we’re unsure of the species and origin of the Montauk Monster and this matter is certainly worth the time to investigate.

Did this beast come from Plum Island? Comment here.

More on The Bayview Beast.

Saturday, November 1st, 2008

Denise Civiletti has provided us with more information on “The Bayview Beast”. I would consider Denise a credible source because she interviewed an expert on mountain lions and performed her due diligence to write an article for a Long Island publication, “The Suffolk Times” in October of 2008.

Please see Denise’s comments below:

“The Suffolk Times first published this story on Monday Oct. 20. Unlike Newsday, which relied on interviews with officials and records, we went to the site and spoke with two eyewitnesses who saw this big cat on three different occasions, and we saw the places where the cat was seen. The guy who didn’t want us to use his last name really is named “John.” (We have his name but withheld it on his request.)

Newsday did a great disservice by making light of this sighting and likening it to the bloated carcass of a raccoon or something that washed ashore in Montauk and caused a big media sensation — your “Montauk Monster.”

In my opinion, this big cat is real and it’s probably an abandoned pet— yes, pet! Don’t make light of this! This is not uncommon. Stupid people illegally try to domesticate wild animals like this all the time. Then, when they can’t handle them, or when the novelty wears off, they release or abandon them. It’s inhumane. And potentially dangerous. This is no joke.

I interviewed one expert on mountain lions (aka cougars, pumas) this morning who said it’s not impossible for this to be a female puma living in the wild, but he thought it more likely it is an abandoned pet.”

See our story at: www.suffolktimes.com.

The Clapsadle Carcass: New Pictures Exposed.

Monday, October 13th, 2008

This is a www.montauk-monster.com exclusive.

It’s been a few weeks since the “Clapsadle Carcass” emerged on the beach in New London, CT. Upon discovery by the Clapsadle family, very little has been discussed as to where the beast is or who is performing the research on it. It seems apparent that these monsters are real and being handled accordingly by authorities.

I was able to get my hands on some rare pictures of the “Clapsadle Carcass”. This beast looks much different from the original Montauk Monster pictures that were discovered earlier this summer. Loren Coleman of www.cryptomundo.com has appropriately named the bloated carcass. (Alliteration baby!) Seriously, what a great name for it?

An active member of Cyptomundo.com member (sausage1) felt the same:

“I love this story for two reasons. First, we have explanations ranging from sheep to raccoon, from big cat to various sea mammals, which must say something about pinning an animal ID down when the circumstances are just slightly out of the ordinary. Second, the name “Clapsadle”. What a great name! The next time someone sees a badly coiffured mendicant after a night on the pop and says ‘I tell ya it was bigfoot!’ you can say ‘aw, Bob, have a day off, will ya, stop clapsadlin”

If you have more information on the Clapsadle Carcass please e-mail: info@montauk-monster.com

What could this bloated creature be?
Clapsadle Carcass

Clapsadle Carcass

Clapsadle Carcass