Saturday, August 20, 2016

Possible Lizard Man Spotted In Louisiana


There's stories of all kinds of creatures lurking in the swamps of Louisiana. No telling what is out there that's gone undiscovered over the years.

Sir - as I told you on the telephone, I was driving north on I-55 about a 1/2 mile south of the Rt 10 overpass. This occurred last Wednesday (August 10th) around 11:15 PM. This was is in upper Tangipahoa Parish. I was on my way home in Jackson, MS.

About 100 yards ahead, I saw something crossing the highway from my left to right. When my headlights lightened it up, I swear I saw a walking lizard man. It walked like a human on its feet and was greenish-brown shiny skin. The huge thick tail was prominent and reached the roadway. The body was that of a man - same arms, legs and head - maybe 6 ft tall. It swiftly crossed the highway. I lost track of it when I passed by. I still can't believe what I saw.

I saw some stories you had on someone's website and found your telephone number. I haven't told a soul about this.

Thank you for talking to me. I wish I had more to tell you, but I definitely saw what I described. BN
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    1. ha ha ha ha o yes.
      and how !!

      chuckles an giggles !!

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    2. ^ been playing with his "lizard" all morning.

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    4. Does that mental image about other male posters often come to you this early in the morning?

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    5. Trapper and the Mountain Monsters AIMS team hunted that critter and by all account but some lead down range on that Lizard Demon for sure

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  2. Sometimes the effects of the Internet on young mind is quite scary;

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-37141286

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    1. Right on cue... It's crazy the depths that Internet spawned fear can plonge someone in regards to antisocial behaviour.

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  3. Just another creature that doesn't exist. Just like bigfoot. I guess bigfoot does exist in the mind of the mentally challenged. E.g Itkomi

    OGTG

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    1. Ok... Now find three whole databases that transcend native cultures' core belief systems & oral histories that mimic lizard man reports... And find at least one scientist that supports the ideas that they exist, not to mention a unique species trait that can be attributed to an unclassified type of bipedal lizard. The databases are Ray Crowe's Track Record, The BFRO and John Green's. The credible pillars of society that report these creatures account for police officers, doctors, teachers, lawyers, all sorts of scientists, etc.

      It's odd how "Bigfoot" is the only fringe topic where its "sceptics" are more demented and obsessed than its "believers".

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    2. I couldn't possibly list all the things you need in life.

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    3. I can. A smaller c-ock and brain because there both too big. Less hot woman trying to bang me. It just gets annoying and maybe I could be less respected on here. Having everyone waiting for every comment I make puts a lot of pressure on me.

      OGTG

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    4. Man, that was actually pretty funny.

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    5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1HeSDhqNik

      xx

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    6. It is disgusting and the Bible states that Sodomites are going to hell.

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  4. Aren't they called Sleestacks?

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  5. Odd that Bigfoot is still a fringe topic, you know, given all the evidence.

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    1. Really not so surprising given that most enthusiasts aren't even aware of the current state of scientific evidence... And that this is typical of somethings that's labelled... (Cough, cough)... "Fringe"?

      (Cringe)

      What's far more fascinating is how something so allegedly unthreatening should cause so many disbelievers to be so obsessed. Anyone would think they're not so convinced about that.

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    2. ^ Mind is badly bent out of shape by the reality of the "bigfoot" question...and it hurts him so.

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    3. Sweetheart... Last time I checked, I'm sitting on evidence you can't explain away, and you're the one stalking me around the Internet. I also don't have psychologists attributing my behaviour to emotional issues and personality disorders.

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    4. Ah. You are a student of psychology. That's good, junior. That will serve you well in your Bigfoot obsession, given that Bigfoot is a psychological phenomenon, not a physical one.

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    5. ^ Said while wearing his fave pair of beige bri-nylon slacks.

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    6. ^ Chosen for the quick-dry ability more than the covering of piss-stains.

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    7. There is no bigger education in the psychology of the unstable, in coming to this blog and watching not only the physical evidence get listed at the trolls daily... But to see how their emotional issues manifest in pretending it's not there the very next minute.

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    8. Or maybe, sporto, your physical evidence isn't actually physical evidence. Cringe.

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    9. Maybe you should try and substantiate that for once... As well as having an original thought?

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    10. Or maybe you haven't substantiated that the physical evidence actually exists. Or maybe you use ad hominems to support a weak argument, kid.

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    12. There simply is nothing more profound than repeatable scientific evidence;

      http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/90-anatomy-and-dermatoglyphics-of-three-sasquatch-footprints

      http://www.bfro.net/news/bodycast/ISU_press_rel_cast.pdf

      ... If you are critical of that evidence, then the ball is in your court to substantiate that. I think it might have been the best day of your life when I taught you what ad hominem meant... It's a shame you still shred its meaning to pieces every time you attempt to apply it to exchanges such as this.

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    13. You've cited a few opinions there. Very few people consider that repeatable scientific evidence.

      Oh, and you've taught us plenty about ad hominems because you use them constantly.

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    14. A "few opinions"?

      "Krantz (1983: 71-72) writes: "Thus far, every specialist who has examined these casts [Mill Creek] agrees that their detailed anatomy has all the characteristics and appearance of being derived from an imprint of primate skin. These include thirty police fingerprint workers, ... six physical anthropologists ... four pathologists and two zoologists."

      You could have ten planets worth of people who don't consider it to be repeatable scientific evidence. If they haven't looked at it properly, and can't substantiate that opinion with an equivalent expert opinion, then it counts for zilch.

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    15. You did a good job of proving his point Joerg. You posted 1 crazy mans opinion.

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    16. There is nothing more pathetic than a troll... But a troll that doesn't even open the links he's scrutinising is another level altogether.

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    17. 7;10 - try at least to make a little sense - perhaps re-reading your post would help resolve the imbecilities you so clearly suffer from...it must be the bri-nylon slacks you`re prancing around in.

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  6. Impossible, lizard man, like dogman, don't exist.

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    1. sometimes dawgman lookin like bigfoots so you thinking that's a bigfoot but its a DAWGMAN

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