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 Post subject: Queer Animal Causes Alarm
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The Grand Rapids Tribune
Grand Rapids, Wisconsin, Jan. 14, 1914
Queer Animal Causes Alarm
Rural Residents near Monticello (Ind.) Lose Pigs and Dogs-Footprint is Found
Monticello, Ind. – An unseen animal has been terrorizing the rural people nine miles northeast of this city with its weird screams that sound like a cross between the snarl of a lynx and the scream of a panther. A footprint in a sandy spot in a field resembled a monster cat track.
The first screams were heard north of Bennettsville. Then, six miles north of Monticello, a man went to husk corn on one of the Baker farms, and as he drove his team in the field he heard the creature’s screams. He drove around the field to his work rather than chance an encounter with the animal. He could not get a sight of the beast, which probably was hidden in the corn.
It is reported that pigs have been missing from the fields, and faithful watch dogs have disappeared under conditions that lead to the belief the mysterious animal had made away with them.
Many opinions have been advanced as to what kind of an animal it can be. Some think that it is a panther, others a lynx, while others think it is a prairie wolf come down from the north.


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