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Saturday, July 7, 2018

Does Sheepsquatch exist? You be the judge...

Look what I found while procrastinating looking for important stuff on the internet. There is a Sheepsquatch!
Mountain Monsters; Sheepsquatch interpretation

According to the website Cryptid Wiki (

"Sheepsquatch, also known as the "White Thing", is a woolly-haired cryptid reported across numerous counties in West Virginia, predominantly within the southwestern region of the state. The counties with the most sightings are Boone, Kanawha, Putnam, and Mason, with a surge in sightings taking place in Boone County during the mid-1990s.

It is described as being a quadruped about the size of a bear, with entirely white wool-like fur. It has a long and pointed head, similar to a dog but with long, saber-like teeth and a single-point set of horns not dissimilar from those found on a young goat. Its forelimbs end in paw-like hands, similar to those of a raccoon but larger, while its tail is long and hairless like that of an opossum. It is reputed to smell like sulfur, which has been attributed through folklore to the beast being born within the TNT Area in Mason County like one of the Mothman theories, though this is not likely and instead may be a musk scent gland similar to those found in many species in the order Carnivora such as weasels and skunks"

You can head to Cryptid Wiki to get the details about multiple Sheepsquatch sightings starting in 1994. 

Sheepsquatch was also featured on the television series Mountain Monsters (Season 2 ep. 6, May 8, 2014). The show follows the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS) team as they research and find evidence of unidentified creatures in the Appalachian Mountains. -Wiki

Yes! You can watch it now! You're welcome...

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