The Honey Island Swamp Monster of Louisiana

<b>The Honey Island Swamp Monster</b><br>
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The Honey Island Swamp monster has been reported from Honey Island Swamp, Louisiana since 1963.  The creature is described as seven feet tall, with gray hair and yellow eyes. The creature is accompanied by a disgusting smell.  Footprints supposedly left by the creature have four toes. The first claimed sighting was in 1963 by Harlan Ford, a retired Air traffic controller who had taken up wildlife photography. After his death in 1980, a reel of Super 8 film showing the creature was allegedly found among his belongings.  In 1974 the monster gained national fame after Ford and his friend Billy Mills claimed to have found unusual footprints in the area, as well as the body of a wild boar whose throat had been gashed. Ford continued to hunt for the creature for the next six years.

The Honey Island Swamp Monster

The Honey Island Swamp monster has been reported from Honey Island Swamp, Louisiana since 1963. The creature is described as seven feet tall, with gray hair and yellow eyes. The creature is accompanied by a disgusting smell. Footprints supposedly left by the creature have four toes. The first claimed sighting was in 1963 by Harlan Ford, a retired Air traffic controller who had taken up wildlife photography. After his death in 1980, a reel of Super 8 film showing the creature was allegedly found among his belongings. In 1974 the monster gained national fame after Ford and his friend Billy Mills claimed to have found unusual footprints in the area, as well as the body of a wild boar whose throat had been gashed. Ford continued to hunt for the creature for the next six years.

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