Dover Demon

Dover Demon : is described as a peculiar entity with glowing orange eyes, standing around 1 metre or (3-4 feet) high, with rough, peach coloured, hairless, skin.  Like the Cree Indian accounts of the mannegishi; the dover demon is said to have a disproportionately large head in comparison to its body.  Its legs and arms are reported as being long and thin, with slender and supple fingers.  The creature was reported by a 17 year old called Bill Bartlett.  On the 21st of April 1977 at around 10.30pm, while driving with two friends through Dover, Massachusetts, his car's headlights 'suddenly illuminated a peculiar entity picking its way along a stone wall at the side of the road'.  The creature has never been satisfactorily identified, although there is some similarity to the mannegishi creature that is native to the mythology of the Cree Indians of eastern Canada.  See also: mannegishi.

Source:  Information for this article,  Dr. Karl P. N. Schuker, The Unexplained, Carlton Books Limited (1997) ISBN: 1-85868-384 


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