In 1977, three teens on separate occasions claimed to witness a haunting figure that seemed to be not human nor animal.
With large glowing orange eyes on an oversized watermelon-shaped head, a body of a small child or emaciated monkey with a distended stomach, and lanky, thin arms with long fingers, this creature spooked the witnesses and became what some now refer to as the Dover Demon. But what was it exactly? Or what COULD it be? Join us as we truly Scully AND Mulder this spooky BB of a cryptid.
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