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Inktober day 9 The Piasa bird apparently is a legendary creature — at least no remains of a beast that is equal parts bird, reptile, lion and deer have ever been found. What little we know of the creature derives from a cliff painting by unknown artists from the Illini tribe and early translations indicating that Piasa pronounced PIE-a-sa meant "the bird that devours men" in the Illini tongue.
The first recorded sighting came in , when French Canadian explorers Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet sighted a painting of the creature as they navigated the river near present-day Alton, Ill. In his diary, Marquette described the Piasa as being "as large as a calf with horns like a deer, red eyes, a beard like a tiger's, a face like a man, the body covered with green, red and black scales and a tail so long it passed around the body, over the head and between the legs. O primeiro avistamento registrado ocorreu em , quando os exploradores canadenses franceses Padre Jacques Marquette e Louis Joliet avistaram uma pintura da criatura enquanto navegavam pelo rio perto da atual Alton, Illinois.
This giant snapping turtle was spotted by Indiana residents in —and the search has been on ever since. The then owner of the land, a farmer name Gale Harris, backed these claims stating he too has seen the beast. Word of these sightings spread and the small Indiana town became nationally famous. Although many people invaded Harris' land in the hopes of catching a glimpse of "Oscar" the turtle was eventually named after the man who first saw it , they were left disappointed and any attempts to capture the creature were unsuccessful.
Iowa residents claimed to see a half-human, half-winged animal—a few even tried shooting it to no avail. Another Monsters in America sketch from destinationamerica. I've done cryptid sketches before, but I like evolving my style in them cryptozoology illustration vanmetermonster batmonster. The Pope Lick Monster is my favorite cryptid, but then, I am a sucker for super dark stories; what's your favorite cryptid? This Louisiana legend is said to be 7 feet tall with gray hair and glowing eyes.
FYI all of our designs start off the traditional way, good Old Fashion pencil, pen and ink. Spotted in Maryland, this bushy-tailed beast is the enemy of another local legend: the flying, blood-sucking Snallygaster.
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The Dewayyo, mortal enemy of the Snallygaster is said to be a large hairy dog-like beast with a bushy tail. A post shared by Liz Zimmerman mad. He sees. He follows. Some Missouri residents believe this creature is a foot-tall gorilla that escaped a circus train; others describe it as wolf-like. Day 12, Flathead Lake Monster. This one's for my best friend in Montana, good luck with your backyard monster buddy. Commonly described as a hoofed, flying creature, tales of the Jersey Devil are so popular that the state named its hockey team after the beast.
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This short, hairy vampire preyed on intoxicated bar-dwellers in New York City during the s. Ludwig the Bloodsucker A strange figure used to stalk the streets of New York during the late s.
A vampire by nature, Ludwig preyed upon the drunks of the Bowery, draining them of their tainted blood with relish. Nobody believed his victims, which provided him more than enough cover for his sanguinary cravings.