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 Post subject: Missouri Monster Now Termed ‘Hairy Biped’
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Nevada State Journal
Reno’s Morning and Sunday Newspaper
102nd Year – No. 243
Saturday July 22, 1972
15c Daily – 25c Sunday
Missouri Monster Now Termed ‘Hairy Biped’
Louisiana, Mo. (UPI) – The Missouri Monster smells terrible. The “International Unidentified Flying Object Bureau” thinks it may have a head shaped like a pumpkin and glowing orange eyes. If so, it’s a Giant Hairy Biped (GHB) from outer space. On the other hand, it might be a troglodyte. But perhaps only Mark Twain, who used to live 20 miles up the Mississippi from this small Missouri town, could really do it justice. The monster, whatever it is, has been scaring people for the last 10 days. About 50 persons say they have seen it. The UFO “bureau’s” director, Hayden C. Howes, believe it may be a Giant Hairy Biped, one of the four categories the bureau has for creatures from outer space. But there is a chance, Hewes said in Oklahoma City Friday, it is a troglodyte – an ancient cave-dwelling creature. Louisiana is downriver from Hannibal, Mo., Twain’s boyhood home, and the area is dotted with caves. Hewes said he and a team of researchers would come to Louisiana Saturday to investigate. He said descriptions of the monster, which residents have named “Momo,” are similar to that of hairy beasts he said have been sighted in the Florida Everglades and near Binder, Wash., in 1971. “Momo” is described as being six to 12 feet tall, covered with hair, walking erect, and emitting a foul sulphuric odor. The beast has a large pumpkin-shaped head, glowing orange eyes, an ape-like growth of hair, large feet, clawed hands and arms that reach to the knee.
Hewes UFO bureau describes hairy bipeds as ranging in height from about two feet to seven feet. They react violently if disturbed by humans and probably have the intelligence of a chimpanzee, he said. Hewes said more than 300 GHP’s have been seen in recent years. Some people think they are experimental animals sent to earth by their masters on another planet to carry out robot-type duties. The Missouri Monster was first seen July 12 by Doris Harrison, 15, in a wooded area near her rural home. Since then others have reported the creature crossing a highway with a dog in its mouth, lifting up the back end of a small foreign car, and growling at two young boys.


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