Sunday, July 1, 2012

Image Of Rougarou Creature From Episode Of Cajun Justice

The Rougarou?

The Rougarou (I sound like Scooby-Doo when I say it out loud) is a Sasquatch-like, shape-shifting swamp monster that purportedly roams the swamps of Louisiana. Its soul purpose is to make people miserable. According to legend, if you see one of these creatures, you’ll be transformed into a one and be cursed into a life of loneliness.

On the last episode of Cajun Justice on the A&E channel, a witness shared with officers a video on his cellphone of the half-man, half-wolf creature prowling the weeds behind his camp. The photo above was screengrabbed by Paul H. on Team Tazer Bigfoot's Facebook page.

19 comments:

  1. I DVR'D the episode and when it got to the part of the supposed beast I slow mo'd it and also paused it and ended up getting a very good look at the image.

    It was simply a guy in a terrible suit. You could see the legging of the suit bunching up big time.

    Total B.S.

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    1. Did you expect something more?

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    2. I expected it to burst into flames; foiled again, Batman.

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    3. Over the last few months Bigfoot has burst into flames.

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  2. Its soul purpose is to harm your sole lol. Be careful out there - there are more than one type of these.

    Travel in pairs if possible. If you happen to see one, laugh loudly and point at it. They feed off of fear, hate to be outed.

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  3. I reckon his neighbors were crackin up big time. or else he planned te entire thing to get on TV

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  4. looks like a giant cicada

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  5. That's why the trail ended. The dude's friend just walked back to the house when he stopped filming.

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  6. Looks like a burnt dogman.

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    1. Or a burnt Bigfoot. Say, whatever became of the burnt Bigfoot? I bet the CIA has it.

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    2. Burnt bigfoot is a new color for Crayola Crayons. True story

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  7. Shape shifted from a stump to a monster then back again when the lights hit it.

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  8. The Rougarou is actually a Cajun bastardization of the French Loup Garou, or "werewolf" in English, and should not be confused with the sasquatch type swamp monsters said to inhabit the region. The mythology and history of the Loup Garou is a huge part of French culture, and French settlers naturally brought the tradition of the beast to the New World with them. Of course South Louisiana was settled by the French, and New Orleans was a French stronghold, French was and is the first language of many people there. It has morphed a bit over time as it has adopted words and phrases from English, Native American (primarily the Houma tribe) and various African dialects, to become what we know as Cajun French today. Many Cajuns in isolated areas still do not speak English, and need an interpreter who is fluent in Cajun French to communicate with outsiders.

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  9. "And I would've gotten away with it too, if it weren't for those pesky kids!"

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  10. The Rugaru is present in the French-influenced northeast and northern midwest as well. The Lakota have it, transformed from a werewolf to a bigfoot, having brought it west from their original Great Lakes area homeland.

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    1. You did not spell his name right...therefore he is going to eat you in your sleep....tonight.

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  11. You are referring to co-workers in corporate America?

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    1. the above was for anon at 2:35

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  12. Whats Ron Jeremy doing running through the swamp?

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