When asked about a Goatman of Prince George’s County, many Marylanders (myself included) possibly hurl their eyes or fake to have no thought what you’re articulate about.
But recently, internal Baltimore hire WBAL-TV has been receiving reports that a Goatman is back! Or during slightest people think they’ve seen him prowling around Laurel, Maryland, that also happens to be my town. Perfect.
Earlier this month, Baltimore’s WBAL-TV perceived dual tips about a lapse of a barbarous Goatman, that is arguably a goofiest teenager cryptid in America.
Both reports come from Montpelier Park in a city of Laurel, that is a home of a semi-noteworthy Montpelier Mansion.
Supposedly, this chronological residence is where 3 apart presidents — George Washington, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Woodrow Wilson — complacent as they upheld by Maryland behind in a day. But we digress.
The fable of a Goatman binds that a scientist during a circuitously USDA Agricultural Research Center in Beltsville somehow fused his DNA with a goat’s.
Like a crappiest supervillain ever, basically.
Now a Goatman stalks a forests of Prince George’s County with his axe. His victims tend to be teenagers who park on a side of a highway to get busy, usually to hear a cloven leg knocking on a window.
Adolescent canoodling unequivocally gets his goat.
I can’t remember a final time a Goatman was presumably spotted, though we feel like we as a state should be commended for not bringing adult this backwoods swindling speculation for during slightest a few years, right? Welcome back, Goatman!