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New York’s Plum Island is home to a relatively notorious Department of Agriculture/Department of Homeland Security-controlled laboratory, and, if you haven’t heard, it may be going up for sale. Conspiracy theories abound about nefarious happenings on the government-owned island, which is primarily used for the development of vaccines for diseases that affect livestock. Perhaps the […]

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Last week’s Long Beach Beast wasn’t enough to satisfy our yearly fucked-up-sea-pig urges, which started way back with the Montauk Monster, so we’re now inducting the Central Park Creature into the club. The purplish, rodent-like thing was spotted on the sidewalk inside the park this week and although the critter isn’t nearly as mysterious as […]

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This unidentified creature washed up on the shore of Long Beach Island in the aftermath of the softer-than-soft Hurricane What’s-Her-Name. It looks strangely similar to the infamous Montauk Monster of multiple summers past, as much as bloated, unidentifiable, fur-stripped animals can look alike anyways. […]

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Located two miles off the eastern coast of Long Island and boasting 840 acres surrounded by stunning waterfront views and sandy beaches, the government is getting ready to put the controversial infectious disease lab at Plum Island on the market. Interested? […]

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Finally, a new monster that’s not from Montauk. This handsome looking thing was found by two teenagers exploring near a lakefront cave in Panama. It reportedly emerged from behind a waterfall and looked like it was going to attack so they slew the hairless beast with rocks. And if you think this slimy abomination is […]

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Another strange beast, similar to the famed Montauk Monster, washed up on a Long Island beach. This latest slimy, horny nosed creature was discovered by a Southold couple the night of May 6th in Founders Landing Park according to blogger Nicky Papers. ANIMAL is on the story with the hopes of dispelling the myth, but […]

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Long before anyone heard of the Montauk Monster or even its Rocky Point and Ocean Beach cousins, the Russians came across a washed up beast all their own back in 2006. The long snouted, dinosaur-looking creature was found by soldiers on the eastern most part of Russia on the Sakhalin shoreline near Japan. Like the […]

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The summer has come to an end, but the mystery surrounding the Montauk Monster continues to build, mostly because new beasts are still washing up. Last month, a unidentifiable carcass was found on Rocky Point and now there’s word of another corpse spotted at Ocean Beach Park in New London, Connecticut. It was found by […]

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New Rocky Point Monster that washed up. (Photos: Jennifer Vorraro) Although the case of the Montauk Monster still hasn’t been solved, a new creature has washed up on the North Shore of Long Island in Rocky Point. Like its counterpart found to the south, the carcass wasn’t readily identifiable from photos and not so surprisingly […]

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“Plum Island, Restricted” reads the oversized letters emblazoned into the ground and visible from the air. Welcome to the Plum Island Animal Disease Center. With all the talk of the Montauk Monster and other recent cryptozoological phenomena, one of the unintended effects of the media’s saturation has been an increased spotlight on the the government’s […]

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