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 Post subject: One Hoax fails to dim reports of other ogre
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One Hoax fails to dim reports of other ogre
Oberlin, Ohio (AP) – Reports of a red-eyed, gorilla-like monster prowling the woods along the Lorain-Ashland county line have been undimmed by another monster hoax, according to Oberlin police.
A group of Oberlin coon hunters checked into the Oberlin police station earlier this month with a story of a “gorilla-like monster with reddish eyes,” a police spokesman said.
The report was corroborated earlier this week by a 13-year old Oberlin youth who told officers he sighted a similar beast while picking blueberries this week, police said.
“They saw something, all right,” the policeman admitted. “The only questions is what.”
Wellington police solved another monster mystery this week after motorists reported a “red-eyed, hairy monster” in a nearby cornfield Tuesday. The officers who investigated the reports found the monster to be a white sheet tied around the cornstalks. Two soft drink cases covered with fluorescent paint were the eyes.
Oberlin police haven’t dismissed the other “monster” report as a hoax, however. Policemen said both reports seemed to be sincere.
Oberlin Police Chief Lawrence Nowery described the coon hunters as “pretty reliable person,” and other policemen said their theory was that the “monster” perhaps was a bear or a large dog. Bears are rare in northern Ohio but have been spotted, they said. “These fellows were quite earnest int heir story,” another policemen said.
“I’ve checked these reports out before, and I know that they usually turn out to be a large dog or something,” he said. “And I know that a lot of animals, their eyes do glow reddish in the light,” he said.

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