Wednesday, June 22, 2011

The Brooklyn Bridge Sea Monster

Here's some pictures of a creature that washed up beneath the Brooklyn Bridge in Manhattan, the first picture on May 21, the second five days later. Notes Maureen O'Connor on "It had the scales of a fish, body of a serpent, head of a pit bull and was the size of a large alligator." According to, theories on what it is range from "horse to alligator to Loch Ness beast -- or even a relative of the Montauk Monster." Killjoy marine biologists claim it is merely a rotted-out Atlantic sturgeon. Yeah, right. And if you believe that, I got a bridge to sell you...

'Sea Monster' Discovered Beneath Brooklyn Bridge
May 26, 2011

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