Monster legend is alive and well in South County [San Diego]

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Ivan Seeking
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When sheriff's deputies helped her from the car the next day, she saw that the scratching on the roof had been her boyfriend's fingernails – his arms dangling from a body torn and bloody and hanging upside down from a tree, the victim of a bestial attack. More specifically, the victim of the Proctor Valley Monster.

http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/metro/20030824-9999_1m24monster.html [Broken]

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Ivan,

The Proctor Valley Monster is not
the only such critter hereabouts.

Go to this link and read about
another, who, for reasons that
should become obvious, is near
and dear to me:

BFRO Report 2782: An Interview with a San Diego Sheriff's Sergeant Regarding a Series of Incidents after the Laguna Fire of 1970
Address:http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?ID=2782&PrinterFriendly=True


Zoobyshoe
 
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Originally posted by zoobyshoe
Ivan,

The Proctor Valley Monster is not
the only such critter hereabouts.

Go to this link and read about
another, who, for reasons that
should become obvious, is near
and dear to me:

BFRO Report 2782: An Interview with a San Diego Sheriff's Sergeant Regarding a Series of Incidents after the Laguna Fire of 1970
Address:http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?ID=2782&PrinterFriendly=True


Zoobyshoe

Thanks oh shoe of the Zooby. I have some relatives in law enforcement in the San Diego area. They will also enjoy this article.
 
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There's another story too, about
the monster of Dead Man's Hole
which is an old watering hole for
Stagecoaches in East San Dego
County.

I was surprised to learn there was
so much Bigfoot activity here
because it is the opposite of the
classic Bigfoot environment.

Here, too, the Native Americans
have their Bigfoot lore.
 

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