Perhaps the most horrible and ugly monster in the whole world. No living thing can stand to be in his presence. But the monster is not ugly on the inside; he's just lonely; very, very lonely. So he decides to build some friends out of stone, but not even stone can stand the full force of the monster's smile, and all the stone animals shatter The monster is thrilled with his new friend - even if the only game he's any good at is playing statues at which he excels - and for a time life is good. But even monsters cannot live forever
Monster stories have been around for millennia, and just about every state has its own creature. Now monster hunters are hot on the trail, armed with cameras, drones and night-vision goggles. Can they catch one? Rachel Gendreau was driving on a deserted rural road one October night when she decided to take a shortcut through a patch of thick woods. There was a full moon that night, and the road was tinged with an eerie glow. As Gendreau drew closer, the creature leaped from the road and bounded into the woods.
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For years and years, the ocean and the woods, in some cases has been spitting out creatures that have baffled scientists and beachgoers alike. It turns out that after a few days in water, animal carcasses become less than identifiable. When people come across these mysterious objects, naturally their first instinct is to cry wolf — or in most cases, cry sea monster or chupacabra. And honestly, we don't blame them. Some of the creatures that have washed up or walked out have ranged from mildly unsightly to downright scary.