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MonsterQuest: Devils in New Jersey

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

Airing tomorrow 2/25/09 the History Channel will be featuring a special on the Jersey Devil. For this episode rumor has it there the Montauk Monster will also be featured as supporting evidence. A bit piece was created and a reenactment featuring Christina Pampalone. (Montauk monster photographer the of 2nd set of pictures) In any event this should be an interesting show for all our friends in the New York Tri-State area.

MonsterQuest : Devils in New Jersey
Airs on Wednesday February 25 09:00 PM

For over 250 years a frightening winged beast has been menacing the residents of New Jersey. The Jersey Devil is described as a winged half-bird half-horse, with hoofed feet and reptilian tail and a penetrating scream that echoes through the forests of New Jersey’s Pine Barrens. During one phenomenal week, over a thousand individuals were terrorized: a trolley car was attacked, schools were closed and panic gripped the area. Wildlife experts claim however, that misidentification with a known animal may be responsible for the encounters, but recent witnesses who see the beast are scared for their lives–and say the scientific evidence will prove there is a monster. MonsterQuest launches an unprecedented expedition for the Jersey Devil and sends sixty men into the forbidding forest while detectives meet the witnesses to discover the truth behind the Jersey Devil.

Do you think the Montauk Monster is related to the Jersey Devil?

A Message from Dudley Cates.

Monday, February 16th, 2009

Below is an e-mail I received from Dudley Cates. He probably didn’t want me to share this with the world but I felt this would be necessary and proper. I haven’t posted in a while and I’ve been holding onto this so I will be sharing this in it’s entirety.

Please see the message below:

Hi Nicky,

My name is Dudley Cates. Thank you for your great site. How else would I know about the Moscow Monster and the big cat? I don’t mean to be opportunistic (or greedy), but things being the way they are for me right now I can’t afford to give this story away without being compensated. A close family relation of a super-celebrity (in other words, anyone who was born in this country and is alive today has heardof this movie and televisoin actor) stumbled upon a new Montauk Monster carcass and took at least one very clear picture of it. The story and the picture were both printed in a local weekly paper, but the story never got picked up by any bigger papers or other media outlets. I am personal friends with the reporter who broke the story, who is also personal friends with the celebrity’s relative and close friend. Because my friend, the reporter, didn’t want to rock the boat, so to speak, she didn’t tell the media about the celebrity connection. My friend asked the spouse of this celebrity’s other close family relation to gather the carcass from the beach, and he agreed to do it. In stead, he claims that he threw it back into the water (which I don’t believe…this beach is on his sister-in-law’s property, the water is calm, and who wants a rotting carcass sitting in calm water when there are children around?) I suppose we’ll never know what happened to the carcass, but this all smacks of a coverup. They live in a very exclusive neighborhood and didn’t want the publicity. I am trying to sell the story (along with my interview with an east end doctor who claims to have found two “German-shepherd sized” carcasses over the past two years while jogging in the morning) to a tabloid newspaper, but I’m pretty unfamiliar with how one goes about negotiating while not giving away what I believe to be valuable. The guy on the phone at the National Enquirer story submission desk wants the celebrity’s name up-front, and I’m reluctant to give it away. Is there a chance you’d pay me for the story (plus the picture..it’s public domain but you probably couldn’t find it without my help) I could very well make some enemies in powerful circles but since I know it’s the truth and it’s not particularly injurious to any party (except possibly to the person who threw away the carcass…obviously a vested interest in squashing the story there) I want the story to get out. Looking forward to your reply.

Dudley

Is this guy serious?

Sorry Dudley, no deal brother.

Buy Official Montauk Montauk Monster Merchandise!

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008

Our official Montauk Monster store is up. We have t-shirts, hats, and intimate apparel for sale. We will have more items up shortly. Please check out the store and support us in our quest to find the truth behind The Montauk Monster.

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Unfortunately, Monty wasn’t able to run for Vice President this year. He wishes the best of luck to John McCain on election day.




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: [email protected]

What could this bloated creature be?
Clapsadle Carcass

Clapsadle Carcass

Clapsadle Carcass

The Moscow Monster?

Monday, October 6th, 2008

Monsters are popping up everywhere! Prior to the discovery of the Montauk Monster, the carcass of a creature had washed up on the shores of Sakhalin, Russia in 2006. The carcass of the creature appears to be reptilian, however it still remains unidentified. According to the people who found the creature they claim it’s not a fish due to structure of the bones and teeth. Additionally, it’s not an alligator or crocodile because it has a skin that contains hair or fur. Once again, the creature is not available for public viewing. It has been taken in by Russian Special Services for further examination. People are referring to the creature as the Moscow Monster.

Weird stuff! It kind of looks like a dragon to me, what do you think?

Moscow Monster

Moscow Monster

Moscow Monster

Moscow Monster

New Monster Sighting: New London, CT.

Tuesday, September 30th, 2008

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.

Clapsadle Carcass

Clapsadle Carcass

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.

Warm Regards,

Nicky Papers

Animal NY: T-Shirt Design

Monday, September 29th, 2008

In honor of the Montauk Monster, our friends at Animal NY have designed a classic t-shirt to remember old Beastie himself. Of all the t-shirts being sold on the Internet, this one certainly has the most creative design.

For all the “monster heads” out there that still believe, pick up this t-shirt while it’s still available!

Montauk Monster T-Shirt

Montauk Monster T-Shirt

Animal NY: Montauk Monster T-Shirt

Montauk Monster Link Exchange

Monday, September 15th, 2008

To keep the our network of loyal fans and cryptid believers close, I’ve taken the liberty of beginning a link exchange based around the Montauk Monster. If you have a website, news forum, blog, etc. and would like to exchange links with us please register at:

Montauk Monster Link Exchange

Please consider the following before registration:

1) Content must be relevant to the Montauk Monster theme.

2) Must not contain any illegal content.

3) If you remove our link, we will remove your link.

It’s that simple! I’ve created the link exchange to keep all “monster heads” up to date on new happenings. We can stay in the loop together. I will continue posting content as I find out new information, and I assure you that this will not be my last post.

If you have any questions about the link exchange please contact us.

Kind regards,

Nicky Papers

The Latest From Rita.

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

Rita, a long time reader and active contributer in comments section of many posts, sheds new light on the whereabouts of the Montauk Monster. In a response to Hippy; (see below) Rita claims her family has the decomposed remains of the Montauk Monster. Please take the time to read Rita’s previous comments as they seem to provide factual information.

Rita, thank you for your support on this site. If you wish to make further statements I will be happy to post them for our readers.

“To Hippy:

Been a little busy but thanks for asking where I have been. To answer your questions no I am not seeking forgivness from my parents souls as most would only do that if you did somthing wrong or lied, in which I did neither. My family owes me nothing because we know the truth and they still have the remains. Definately NOT pitching a movie, have more important things to do than pitch a low budget, straight to DVD movie.

There are pictures but can not be posted under a confidentiality agreement from the lawyers representing the family and the other parties involved in this whole thing. Sometimes people should just have a little confidence in others and in the end the truth comes out.”

Rita: We have confidence in you, but what is the truth?