The Dover Demon – Again!

Posted by: Nick Redfern on July 29th, 2012

It’s one of those critters that will just not go away – or, rather, debate concerning it refuses to go away.

What is it? The Dover Demon, of course!

And it’s debated and analyzed by Tony Morrill in a new post at his blog.

Genuine cryptid? Mistaken Identity? A baby moose, even?

Whatever the answer, the likelihood is that, today, decades later, we’ll never have it resolved to the satisfaction of everyone. But, it’s an undeniable classic, that’s for sure.

Nick Redfern About Nick Redfern
Punk music fan, Tennents Super and Carlsberg Special Brew beer fan, horror film fan, chocolate fan, like to wear black clothes, like to stay up late. Work as a writer.

2 Responses to “The Dover Demon – Again!”

  1. Fhqwhgads responds:

    This recent story reminded me of the Dover Demon: “There was something crawling out of the ditch on all fours. It was hunkered down like an animal, but it’s body looked almost human, albeit a human that was attempting to mimic a stalking animal. It didn’t look hairy, but it was a uniform color. Almost dun yellow, not yellow like a cougar or lion, but a sickly yellow that reminded me of jaundiced skin. Its head was shaped like an oval, but had no hair or ears that I could see. The mouth was very, very wide, and looked like a thin, straight line that extended all the way across the creature’s face. It was very, very slightly upturned at the edges, like a slight smile. The eyes were very small and beady, just like two black pinpoints. It had no nose or any facial features aside from the mouth and eyes.”

  2. mandors responds:

    Considering the amount of drugs consumed in Eastern Massachusetts at the time of the original sighting, I wouldn’t put much stock in it.

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