Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Texas Hunter Crosses Paths With Dogman Creature


From the youtube channel of Dogman Diaries with Danielle Steadman:

Tonight's Eyewitness Guest is Jay Wesson. Jay is an original walking tall... brawny... proud Texan. Growing up & living in Texas all his life Jay thought he knew every critter living in the woods of northeast Texas... And Jay loved to pack-up alone to spend a couple of days out camping & hunting. That is until one hunting trip when he was 16 years old. After a prosperous day of hunting Jay was heading home with his bloody kill tied around his waist when a large bipedal wolf like creature crossed his path... Jay froze in his tracks as the "Werewolf" glared at him. Listen in to find out if Jay got to keep his hard earned kill or if he had to give it up to save his own life! And what was the reaction of those that was close to him when he told them about his encounter. His best friend had a shocking reply to his "tall tale." And did Jay continue to hunt after indirectly meeting "Fred" or did he hang up his rifle forever? You'll have to tune in to find out!

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    1. I mean who hasn't crossed paths with a Texas dog man?
      Shoot it happens daily for me!

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    2. whys tham black folk so riled up fer

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    3. ^ Only people who have severe self esteem issues say cookie cutter shit like this.

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    4. Hey mate, have you ever used a cookie cutter as a sexual device ?

      Joe

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    5. Gawwwww futt me , futt me.

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    6. Like your comment on religion, eh Vegas???

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    7. BLM and chaos of the homeland

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    8. I don't understand why you care what I think about religion? How does my view of religion hamper your life in anyway?

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  2. Hillary Clinton Blames Whites, Cops for Deaths of Young Black Men...
    WHAT THE

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    1. Political crap on a Bigfoot blog...

      WHAT THE......

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    2. I only see animals listed above

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