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Cryptids are monsters... except that cryptids could actually exist! When talking about Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster you're talking about something that could live right on this Earth right now! On Cryptid Wiki, we document all of the possible information you can get about cryptids and determine if they're real or not.
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|Featured Article (August 2017)|
The Garson Invaders sighting was an extraterrestrial sighting that took place on July 2, 1954, at about 5:00 PM. The eyewitness was a 23 year-old Canadian miner named Ennio La Sarza, who originally hailed from Italy.
The creatures that emerged from the craft were described as colossal entities, 13 feet in height, with bluish-green skin and faces of unique color. Their bodies seemed to glow, and they had a single eye in the center of what passed for a forehead. The beings had six evenly distributed sets of arms as well as crab-like claws for hands, which opened and closed spasmodically.
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