A Handful of Bizarre Creatures: And They’re All Elusive and Legendary

There’s no doubt there are some strange creatures in this world, but others are weirder than others. Let’s begin with the strange saga of England’s “Hairy Hands” of the paranormal type. Around 1910, a distinctly strange and macabre saga began on what, today, is the B3212 road, which can be found in the vicinity of the English villages of Postbridge and Two Bridges. Both locales are situated amid the 368 square-mile mass of sprawling, mysterious English moorland known famously as Dartmoor, which was the foggy and boggy setting for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic Sherlock Holmes novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles. While Conan Doyle’s massively entertaining story was only intended as fiction (albeit, a story based in part on legends and tales of real-life, spectral, glowing-eyed hounds of Hell said to haunt and prowl the ancient moors), the tale I am about to relate most certainly is not fiction. Rather, it is cold-hearted, hideous reality. In a highly disturbing fashion, a hairy, monstrous and unidentified force has, time and again, violently lashed out at unwary drivers passing through Postbridge and Two Bridges – and which, in one case, reportedly even resulted in a tragic death for an unfortunate road-user…

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