Let these creature creations finally see the light of day!
Will the producers really use the cover of Monsters of New Jersey? Image.
With great red wings, it had a head like a horse and feet and legs like a mule.
Who could have known that the complex answer could be so simply discussed? Image.
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The book covers much more than the state’s most infamous creature, the Jersey Devil. Images.
J. F. Hope, an animal trainer and dealer at 35 North Ninth street, issued a statement saying that the strange bird beast is “an Australian vampire devil” which escaped from him ten days ago.
Archaeologist Paula Perrault has seen alleged Jersey Devil skulls with both straight and curved horns. The media are growing more interested in the Devil, it seems. Image.
Even writers sometimes suffer from internal resistance to forces too sinister for words.