Devil In The Details (Part 3)

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Untold Tales of Bigfoot: Devil In The Details

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A net? And a cattle prod? And a big, honkin’ truck?! These guys seem serious about monster hunting. They’ve got Bigfoot curious, anyway. But he’s always been a little sensitive about that “monster” label. Speaking of which…

“Monster” Washes Up On Georgia Beach

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A mysterious creature washed up on a beach in Georgia this past March, many locals likening its appearance to the infamous Loch Ness Monster. I don’t know what this animal is (or exactly what they’re blurring out in the photo) and my knowledge of sea creatures stops at canned tuna. But at only 5-feet long, it’s much smaller than popular accounts of the actual “Nessie” and about 4,000 miles from that legendary loch. It’d be nice if these “monster sightings” didn’t all start or end with injured/dead animals, but such is the evidence at our disposal. What do you think it is? Or was? Some sort of eel? Or a prehistoric beastie? And could there be more? If there are, I hope we don’t hunt it out of existence.

Thanks for reading the comic! Stop back next week to see what’s up.-v

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8 Responses

  1. OH, COOL! Knew there was something in the back of that truck.

    • Maybe it’s a dinette set? -v

      • The writer better come up with better than that–we want SCARY!

      • Hoo boy. The writer was really hoping the readership was passionate about fine furnishing and home decor. Ok, back to the notebook. -v

  2. Glad to see the new page! Didn’t know you had started posting again ( I should have been watching closer).

    • Glad to have you back! This is another short story arc, something I wanted to try out with the alternate coloring. Going for a spookier feel.

      I can’t attest to its 100% accuracy (in fact, I know it doesn’t work all the time) but if you click that “Follow via Email” link on the left side of the page and enter your email address, you should get notification when I post here. And maybe you’ve done that already and WordPress glitched and failed. That happens. But it’s worth a shot. Either way, thanks for reading! -v

  3. I love this! It’s so suspenseful. High fives!

    • Okay, but is it too suspenseful? Lemme let you off the hook: The entire truck is filled with whipped cream. They pumped it in straight from the whipped cream factory with a giant hose. It’s a delicious surprise! Glad you’re enjoying it! -v

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