I’ve been notified that over at Joshua P. Warren’s website, exclusive photos of a bizarre monstrosity have been posted depicting something truly strange… exactly what, beyond this declaration of utter weirdness, is hard to say at present.

Mexico Creature Report

After a long discussion with Josh earlier this evening prior to his appearance on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, a sad story involving the capture and slaying of a small, unidentified creature was related to me (visit the link above for a full color photo of the animal). So many questions remain (regarding the story available at Warren’s website), but I have been told the following regarding laboratory tests being performed on the creature’s remains at present:

* The creature appears to bear traits that are primarily mamallian, but also displays elements which are amphibian in nature.

* The creature’s teeth did not have roots, like most mammals. Instead, the teeth were “shark-like” in that, lacking roots, they were all but able to be pulled out.

* The odd eyes and thin, gray skin of the animal were reminiscent of creatures known to live underground. This, paired with the length of time described in the account of drowning of the creature given by the Mexican ranchers who found it, may again suggest a creature that was not only subterranean, but perhaps amphibious, also.

In addition to these elements, other bizarre features (like a strikingly human ankle and foot) exist on the specimen. If the creature were to be a “real” find, would it be appropriate to make the allusion to Homo Hadalis, that is, the creatures living underground in Jeff Long’s novel The Descent, by giving them the same name?

For the full story, visit Josh’s website. For more as it develops, I’ll be keeping an eye on this one. Conversely, I’d recommend keeping your eyes on this blog in the meantime!

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at info@micahhanks.com.