Jul 8

The Beast of LBL

Cryptid Studies Institute writes “Deep Inside one of America’s most beloved parks lurks a horrific creature. A beast that has been stalking the dense forests of Kentucky for over 100 years.”

 

 

7 Responses to “The Beast of LBL”

  1. RICHIE E

    I LIVE IN WEST LIB KENTUCKY AS JUNE 28 , 2019 35 ARCES FARM SOO I WOULD LOVE TO GO ON THIS NEXT HUNT WITH YALL …. IM GAME N I WILL BE CARRYING MY SIDEARM IN .300 BLACKOUT PISTOL HAND GUN …

  2. Bob B

    FWIW… I’ve been all over LBL, deer hunting, camping, riding dirt bikes, and horse back riding. I rode the 100 mile , supposedly, loop of the north south trail in one day. Certain places seem to appear lost to time as the hardwoods are old and mature.

    What is overlooked, in my view, by so many “researchers” of cryptic s is the close proximity LBL shares with Ft Campbell. Ft. Campbell is a huge army base. There is no question that deaths have occurred on LBL, deaths attributable to unknown animal attacks. Other than a random wayfaring mountain lion, I know of no large recognized predator that existed at LBL during the 70’s and 80’s, and 90’s when I frequented those hills and hallows.

    But I can note from personal observations, the deer population seemed to drop off into the 90’s and during the off season , the deer seemed far more nervous than they should be.

    I have often wondered if some experiment ran away from “home” and left Ft. Campbell opting to claim LBL as its own. Beyond the rattlers and cottonmouths, LBL is not a place to go walking about unprepared. It would be easy enough to get lost in the big timber. For some, even experienced outdoorsmen, it is a place from which they never returned.

    There are things there best left alone.

    a/k/a: Bob B

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