Goatman Is Sighted In America - And The Internet Has Gone Wild

Is the legend real?

Goatman/Strange Mysteries
Goatman/Strange Mysteries

A monstrous, Satanic man-goat has been sighted in three states in America this year - reviving an urban legend which has lived on since 1957.

One eyewitness account in Louisville, Kentucky this year, described Goatman as, ‘A large humanoid creature with furry, goat-like legs, alabaster skin, wide-set eyes, and horns that protrude from greasy fur.’

He’s also been spotted in Wisconsin and Texas.

YouTube Channel Strange Mysteries has explored the legend - part of urban folklore since the Fifties.

Strange Mysteries says, ‘The legend of Goatman involves sightings of the beast all across America, but...a large majority of his story really seems to originate and center around a place in Maryland known as Prince George's county.

‘More specifically, in a cave near an old rusty bridge known as Governor's Bridge.

The first official reports of the beast comes from 1957 when eyewitnesses reported seeing a horned humanoid like creature around the area.

‘After that, the next report of the beast was in 1962 when the creature was blamed for the murder of around fourteen hikers who allegedly went too close to his lair...according to the legend he chopped his victims to pieces while emitting screams that quote "only the devil himself would make."

‘Supposedly, the police never officially reported this when they arrived on the scene.

‘The legend has it that goatman came from a DNA experiment done at the nearby US argicultural facility by a man by the name of Stephen Fletcher...whom mixed the DNA of his assistant with that of a goat.’