LEGENDS

BIGFOOT

EAST TEXAS WOOLY BOOGER: FACT OR FAKED?

bigfoot-plaster-castsUnder the piney wood canvas of East Texas, mysterious legends give way to area folklore. East Texas folklore has passed along the mythical tales of the strange and unusual for over 250 years, including the legend of the elusive creature known as Bigfoot. >>CONTINUE>>

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BLACK PANTHERS

The Black Beast of the Pineywoods

panther-trackLegends of black cats run deeper than a little superstition in East Texas. Sightings of mysterious black panthers that scream like women in the pine jungles are not at all uncommon in the Pineywoods. Tales of the mysterious screaming beast have been raising hairs on the back of East Texans’ necks for the better part of nearly two centuries. >>CONTINUE>>

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CHUPACABRAS

BLOOD SUCKING CHUPACABRAS, MUTANTS, AND MANGY COYOTES- OH MY!

chupacabraEast Texas- The mythical blood-sucking beast from Mexico known as the chupacabra has been roaming the Pineywoods since 2004. Some say the hideous vampire beast is nothing more than a mangy coyote. Others think the beast is a mutant result from the 2003 Space Shuttle Columbia crash that slung debris across East Texas. Still, others contend the hairless creature is a hybrid canine, as the result of breeding among feral dogs and coyotes. The difference in this East Texas legend and other mysteries that have eluded area residents and scientists for years is the hard evidence that proves there is an ugly, hairless, dog-like critter meandering about. >>CONTINUE>>

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aMULEts #3: The Nacogdilla

NacogdillaNacogdcohes, Texas-  Did you know that there are over twenty species of armadillo, mainly differentiated by the number of bands on their armor? Almost all of them can be found in North America, the most common being the nine-banded species commonly found dead on the shoulders of East Texas roadways. >>CONTINUE>>

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