It’s been a few weeks since my last post on Montauk-Monster.com. Things in my life have been hectic, (family, work, etc.) so I apologize in advance for not being more diligent with the postings as of recently.
A series of facts and articles have appeared in numerous publications going over the theories which have been proposed on my website. Due to the amount of e-mails I’ve received from our readers, I’ll try and bring all up to date with a short list of recent events.
- The Montauk Monster is found and becomes the 2008 story of the summer.
- New sets of pictures are discovered (blue colored beast).
- “Tonya” comes forward and proposes the Splinterheads theory.
- Numerous publications support the Splinterheads theory.
- Sersenpark.com (Splinterheads) first embraced the story; then later stated the hoax was created by 16-year-old entrepreneur.
- Copycat scams pop up. (Bigfoot, Rocky Point Monster etc.)
- There is no conclusion to the story.
The Montauk Monster is still a mystery. If it’s not a movie prop, then what is it and where did it go? Some say it was stolen from the backyard it was originally taken to. Others insist that it was a genetic mishap as the result of an experiment gone wrong on Plum Island. At this point, I don’t know what to believe. Too many people were on the beach the day “beastie” was discovered for us to forget. Sure, it’s fun keeping this a mystery, but at the same time I think the truth needs to come out now. It’s been long enough.
Tags: beastie, gawker.com, gotham news, hoax, montauk-monster, movie prop, plum island, publications, rocky point monsster, sersenpark.com, slashfilm.com, Splinterheads, splinterheads theory, summer 2008, tonya