Two very interesting news stories were brought to my attention earlier this evening, with equally enticing headlines :
"Passenger decapitated on Greyhound bus" and "Dead monster washes ashore in Montauk."
-First off in Manitoba, a 40 year old on a Greyhound bus traveling across Canada calmly sat next to a sleeping 19 year old kid and repeatedly stabbed him some 40 or so times. He then just as calmly beheaded and disembowled the kid. But that's just the beginning of this horrific story. After beheading the kid, the sick motherfucker taunted police while holding his severed head for some time before being apprehended. "We heard this blood-curdling scream and turned around, and the guy was standing up, stabbing this guy sitting next to him repeatedly, like 40 or 50 times," passenger Garnet Caton told the Canadian press. "When he was attacking him, he was calm - it was like he was at the beach," added Caton, who was sitting in front of the victim. "There was no rage or anything. He was just like a robot stabbing the guy." And no one did anything to stop the attack. 37 passengers. What a sick fucking world. All I can say is this dude must've just watched Hostel or something. Right, media? How long before they find a scapegoat in the form of a horror film for this tale? I don't think anyone could even write something this sick and gruesome...
-This next one is of particular interest to me given the fact that I have a particular affinity for and interest in Cryptozoological beasts and I live in Long Island, where this thing washed up. It seems some kind of strange dog/seal/dinosaur mutant has washed up on the shores of Montauk, less then 2 hours from where I currently am. Most interesting to note is that there is a government animal testing facility nearby on Plum Island. Hmmmm... Doesn't look photoshopped to me. Whatever the fuck this thing is, it's pretty horrific and pretty awesome that we finally get some Crypto activity in my area. The Montauk Monster, they're calling him. And he appears to be flipping us off. Is he the result of government testing gone wrong or some kind of viral marketing for a new horror film? Only time will tell. In the meantime, stay out of the water, Long Islanders.
What do you think this thing is?
A new picture has surfaced!