Mysterious Creature Spotted In New LondonNEW LONDON, Conn. -- Something odd washed ashore in New London this weekend and people are not quite sure what it is.
Some people think the carcass it that of a pig, some believe it is a sea turtle while others suspect it to be a raccoon.
Bobbette Clapsadle was walking along the beach with her family when she made the gross discovery. Her daughter snapped pictures.
"We weren't sure at first. It was kind of covered in grass (and) was in the weed line. My son saw it first and was like,'Look at that!' My husband walked over and said, 'Oh my God,'" Clapsadle said.
Visitors to Ocean Beach were equally perplexed.
By Monday, the creature’s body was nowhere to be found
(more pics inside the article)
Hmmm...Where have we seen this before. Maybe the Montauk Monster.
Now New London and Montauk are not far apart. We now have two strange unidentified animals that washed up on shores miles apart with in a few months of each other.
Funny how they said that the carcasses disappeared, wouldn't they want to identified what it is? I have mentioned this before, but now it is more than a coincident what lies between both locations is the Plum Island Animal Disease Research Center.
I have also hinted in the past about Montauk dark past, maybe its time to enlighten.
I forgot about the one that washed up on Rocky Point too a few weeks ago.