Thursday, May 12, 2016

Beware The Melon Heads of Michigan


From the Michigan Monsters series: The Melon Heads

We're continuing our special series of reports called Michigan Monsters.

This week, we're taking a look at a mysterious creature that is unique to West Michigan.

They're called Melon Heads.

These little people, with large heads, are said to creep around the woods of Allegan County.

Stories of their origin differ, but one thing's for sure; they've scared a lot of people.

"I can see if you're there by yourself, or with one other person, and you hear something you're not used to hearing, your imagination will start to run away with you," said Scott Kuykendall of the Allegan County Historical Society.

Or it could be a Melon Head.

Read the full article by clicking here.

14 comments:

  1. Its another hideous troll!

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    1. looks like a JOB for Bill Brock

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    2. Michigan is known for....





      Dogman Evidence.

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  2. sometimes melonheads looking like Bigfoots so you thinking that's a a bigfoot in the bush but its a melonhead in the bush

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  3. N000ooo... its a GRAY hybrid the GRAYs been doing hybridization for years

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  4. http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2016/05/an-affidavit-of-the-bigfoot-kind/

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    1. ...and this one...strange humanoid monsters abound ...

      http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2016/05/exploring-american-monsters-ohio/

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    2. Some of the rock ape accounts are truly dramatic and frightening. One such account given by a Michael Kelley, of D Co 1st/502d Infantry of the 101st Airborne Division describes not one Rock Ape, but hundreds of them. In the account, in 1969, 8 of the strange creatures came casually walking up a trail on a ridge of Nui Mo Tau and surprised a platoon that was in the middle of having lunch when they turned a ridge about 10 meters from where the men were situated. According to Kelley, the platoon at first immediately thought they were Viet Cong and “all hell broke loose.” The squad of men opened up with M-16s, M-79s, and grenade launchers, lighting up the forest in a vicious display of booming firepower and flying pieces of vegetation. Kelley himself was at the far end of a clearing, about 50 meters from where the barrage of continuous shooting had started, and he grabbed a weapon to run to join them along with the platoon Sgt., taking cover under a toppled tree.

      For a few moments, Kelley and the platoon Sgt. stayed hidden as the cacophony of gunfire erupted everywhere. When they finally gave each other the nod to engage, they popped out from behind the tree, ready to see a sizable enemy force descending upon them judging by the nonstop barrage of relentless gunfire. What they saw instead was the platoon firing away at “ghostly images” that were swooshing through bushes and trees all around them. The mysterious intruders were described as being around 5 and a half feet tall, and all but one was light brown to reddish brown in color. The other was almost black and was a particularly aggressive large male, which reportedly madly rushed at men through the thick underbrush, snarling and with teeth bared. Throughout the frightening encounter, the ape-like beasts reportedly made sounds that sounded exactly like dogs barking. Then, the creatures, whatever they were, abruptly melted away into the forest, disappearing as if they had never been there. When the surprised platoon regained their composure, they searched the bullet riddled, gun smoke permeated area and found no sign of any dead bodies of the animals, and oddly not even any fur or blood. Kelley would remark on the surreal scene:

      This may sound very strange to you, but although I had no or little concern about killing the enemy, the killing of innocent animals turned my stomach and could enrage me if done without being a necessity. But I searched the site and but found not a drop of blood, which totally amazed me given the amount of firing that had gone on. I wonder to this day if the men were shooting just to scare the Rock Apes away or whether they were really just poor marksman! The men who’d suffered the surprise looked a bit worse for wear, and I’m sure a few had to wash their shorts out as a result of the unwelcome visit. It really scared the crap out of them, I kid you not!

      http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2016/01/the-mysterious-rock-apes-of-the-vietnam-war/

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  5. Beware how much this blog sucks.

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    1. ^ yet you still check in every single day ?
      Totally wanker !

      Joe

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    2. ^ likes mutual mast-urb-ation.

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