Montauk “Monsters’ – At Least Three Live Sightings Reported. Hybrid Dog? Raccoon? What?

“The one I saw had a longer snout or beak or whatever you want to call it.”

- Sean (last name withheld)

“Lavey Fater saw a surfer bring one to shore, near Ditch Plains. ‘It was hairless and gross. The surfer said he had no idea what it was, but that he threw it in the dunes because he didn't want to be surfing next to it.’”

- Newsday.com

Montauk (large yellow circle) is only 1.5 miles from the Plum Island Animal Disease Center (smaller yellow circle), also known as PIADC, a U. S. Dept. of Agriculture facility “dedicated to the study of foreign animal diseases. Since 1954, the center has had the goal of protecting America's livestock from foreign animal diseases.”
Montauk (large yellow circle) is only 1.5 miles from the Plum Island Animal Disease Center (smaller yellow circle), also known as PIADC, a U. S. Dept. of Agriculture facility “dedicated to the study of foreign animal diseases. Since 1954, the center has had the goal of protecting America's livestock from foreign animal diseases.”

August 3, 2008  Montauk, Long Island, New York - On July 29, 2008, a photo of a strange, unidentified animal that appeared to have a beak, long, thin paws and the body of a dog was posted on the blog Gawker. The location of the dead creature's body was given as Montauk, Long Island, New York, and the photographer was listed as Jenna Hewitt. Jenna and two of her girl friends, Rachel Goldbert and Courtney Fruin. The girls thought they found the creature and took their photograph on or around July 13, 2008.

 

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