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Nowadays there are countless urban mysteries about legendary creatures, so today we will tell you about the popular Pope Lick monsterHave you heard of him?
Several versions are known about the origin of this monster, but according to the reports of some witnesses, it lives under a trestle bridge in the Fisherville neighborhood in Loisville, Kentucky.
This monster has human, goat and sheep traits. The witnesses who have seen it, assure that it is relatively tall, its body is covered with hair, it walks with two huge goat legs, a snout, large black eyes, very large hooves and peculiar horns.
How did the legend of the Pope Lick monster come about?
There are many stories about this monster, ranging from a deformed man who crossed the entire country to be part of a circus, but the audience response was negative due to his unpleasant appearance, so he decided to hide from the world, hiding under an old bridge.
Other stories claim that it is a dark spirit, born rituals performed by the peasants.
This creature uses hypnosis and the imitation of voices, to captivate people and take them to the bridge to eat them or be run over by the train.
On the other hand, the oldest settlers affirm that it is an amorphous creature who was imprisoned in the late nineteenth century in the jungles of Canada, which they sold to a traveling circus where he was continuously mistreated, and as he grew up he vowed to take revenge on everyone.
For that reason, he broke down the train system causing a derailment where many people died and he took the opportunity to escape and hide permanently under the bridge in norfolk.
What is real in the testimonials?
This urban legend has many testimonies of sightings, in addition to several victims, however, to date there is no physical evidence that proves its existence, making it another creature that is part of the list of cryptozoology, which is a pseudoscience which is in charge of investigating the origin of hidden animals, such as Bigfoot, or the Loch Ness monster.
The only thing that is really true is that after the construction of the bridge where this monster apparently lives, numerous deaths have been reported as a result of negligence or very pitiful accidents, and that they have not been superstitions; although there are still witnesses who claim that this creature stalks the area.