Just like these sightings caught on camera. These creatures have been the subject of myths and legends and until now have not been proven to be 100 percent real.
It’s hard to believe especially now where photoshop exists and fame seekers will do anything to get attention. But even the biggest skeptic will think twice after seeing these photos.
Let’s admit it, truth is stranger than fiction. Check out these weird creatures caught on camera.
12. Jersey Devil
The Jersey Devil is a legendary creature said to live in the Pine Barrens of southern New Jersey. The common description of the creature is that of a kangaroo-like with the head of a goat, leathery bat-like wings, horns, small arms with clawed hands, cloven hooves and a forked tail. It was also said to move quickly and often is described producing a “blood-curdling scream”.
It’s been said the creature has been around since the 1700s. In October 2016, a man named Dave Black took photos of what he believes is the Jersey Devil. He was driving past a golf course in Galloway, New Jersey when he came across it and said it was a “large, flying mammal about the size of a deer.”
He said in an interview, “People have said it’s fake, but it’s not. I’m honestly just looking for an explanation for what I saw.” We would want too.
Mermaids are legendary water creatures with the head and upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. The image above is probably some of the clearest proof of evidence we have. Whoever took this photo sure was quick
These creatures have been rumored to be around for thousands of years. Medieval sailors used to tell about how they spotted them at sea. Most of the stories that have been going around say these creatures can be quite troublemakers despite their hypnotic appearance. So men better watch out.
10. Pope Lick Monster
The Pope Lick Monster is a legendary part man, part goat, and part sheep creature. Several urban legends have been told about the creature’s origins and the methods it uses to claim its victims. According to some, it uses either hypnosis or voice impersonation to trap trespassers onto the trestle to meet their death before an oncoming train.
Other stories say the monster jumps down from the trestle onto the roofs of cars passing underneath it. Still, other legends say that it attacks its victims with a blood-stained ax and that the very sight of the creature is so disturbing that those who see it while walking across the high trestle are forced to jump off.
Other legends say that the monster is a human-goat hybrid and that it was a circus freak who seeks revenge after being mistreated. In another version, the monster escaped after a train derailed on the trestle. Also, another story commonly told by locals of the area say that the monster is really the twisted reincarnated form of a farmer who sacrificed goats in exchange for Satanic powers.
9. Loch Ness Monster
The Loch Ness monster legend has been going around for ages. But On March 27, 2016, a sharp-eyed passenger on a United Emirates Air cable car in London was able to capture something mysterious on his phone. He snapped it and immediately posted the footage on YouTube. The video was not very clear because but it was questioned if the thing was a whale or simply just a submarine.
After the post went viral, experts said they are “not aware of anything that large and moving in the Thames.” The view was not clear enough to be able to exactly what the thing could be. You be the judge.
The first time this creature was spotted was back in 565 AD. It popped up out of the water and ate a local farmer. Then in 1934 a surgeon by the name of R.K. Wilson got a photo of something with a slim head and neck coming out of the water.