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Now, some are asking if the lizard man is back. Legends blow in a lively windy season and send shivers through the Lee County area. "And I couldn't believe it, I just couldn't believe it," says Bob Rawson. A few are sure they know that the only thing that can do this kind of harm is the lizard man.
When it is the lizard man, he is almost two centuries back after he was first seen near the Scape Ore mire. The Rawsons didn't find their cat in the crates where they normally slept, in top of the crash. You found the bathrobes torn to shreds inside, and the same thing with the newspaper.
The Rawsons are not taking any risks. The Glock is charged, Mr. Rawson is willing to fire what he thinks is most likely a polar bears. County Sheriff Lee E.J. Melvin says it could be a Coyot, but then, "All the scratches, say the folks, Sheriff, it's Lizard Man.
Some of the more than 20 Rawson kittens have also vanished.
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The Lizard Man Book
In the marshlands of Bishopville, South Carolina, accounts come of a seven-foot-high, flaky, humaid being called Lizard Man by the natives. Not only did they initiate a serious inquiry by the police, but also an extensive search for monsters that attracted several hundred to the small city.
This" true blackened Laguna creature" was the inspiration for the most important domestic messages, even a call from the renowned CBS newscaster Dan Rather when he and the outside world wanted to know more about Bishopville's elusive abomination. It is often referred to in textbooks, web sites and TV shows, but the whole thing has never been written.... until today.
That'?s her history. "as one of the most important cryptozoological textbooks of 2013 and beyond." "Just like in The Beat of Boggy Creek: The True Story of the Fouke Monsters, the writer will visit the Bishopville Animal's ramming ground and talk to witnesses and other natives who were involved in the 1988 chaos that struck this small South Carolina city.
"Lizardman: Bishopville Monster's true story is a intriguing reading that gives the viewer not only a thorough understanding of the subject, but also a true foretaste of the secret of the case". "with a sense of atmosphere and the capacity to give the readership the feeling that he is on the road with a rifle on every mad drive,[Blackburn] is cementing himself as a trusted supplier of exciting literature and a gifted writer."