The monster-like creature, the Jersey Devil, was spotted in Oklahoma and has been terrorizing local residents.
Some have suggested that the creature could be a gargoyle, an El Chupacabra, or a relative of the Montauk Monster.
The image above was taken in Oklahoma and first posted on May 6 on the Wild Care Oklahoma Facebook page.
This image was sent to WWN. It shows an Okie being attacked by the Jersey Devil:
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation confirmed that the animal was a Jersey Devil and they have contacted New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, and demanded that the beast be removed from Oklahoma.
“Years ago we didn’t see much wildlife with this genetic deficiency for no hair but it is more common now. And this is the most dangerous hairless beast on the planet,” said John Todd of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife.
Oklahomans were told to be “on the look out” for the Jersey Devil. And it’s best to spot him at night:
6 thoughts on “JERSEY DEVIL SPOTTED IN OKLAHOMA”
Nobody would like to see a steel cage death match between the Jersey Devil and Chris Christie more than me! Let's get it going!
the 2nd 3rd pics are fake the 1st is a hairliss cat and the so cald devil is just a commin imp that like to hurt and named people like any who can under stand ane see the fanumanone
Please be trolling. Your grammar kills me.
You have got to be kidding me. The first picture is nothing more than a canine with a long tail. The other photos are simply hoaxes. I have lived in NJ for 43 years, have hunted/fished the woods where the Devil is supposed to roam, and have never seen any unusual evidence t suggest that there's an unknown cryptid running around. If anyone believes that any of these photos is real, then you are one gullible person.
Greg from NJ