Goatman Caught on Video Killing Hikers
The urban legend of GOATMAN is so notorious that it actually dates back to the time of the Greeks. The Goatman is an axe-wielding half-animal, half-man creature that was once a scientist who worked in the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center. The tale holds that he was experimenting on goats, the experiment went awry, and he began attacking cars with an axe, roaming the back roads of Beltsville, Maryland. A variation of the legend tells of Goatman as an old hermit who lives in the woods, seen walking alone at night along Fletchertown Road.
One version has it that the Goatman was the result of a (very early) DNA experiment conducted by a scientist called Stephen Fletcher, though other versions suggest a more supernatural origin involving the Devil. Folklorist at the University of Maryland Barry Lee Pearson said modern examples of folk legends like Goatman are most commonly generated by teenagers, and the stories end up stirring interest in sites like Fletchertown Road. The Maryland goatman has many similarities to the goatman of Oregon, the only difference being that the goatman of Oregon has significantly smaller horns, such of that of a baby goat, though the Oregon goatman is fully-grown. - Wikipedia
Is he real…or fake…or what is he? The video below allegedly shows how the goatman catches and eats its prey.
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: