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East River Monster Is Either a Raccoon or Dog or Rodent (or Monster)
The experts do not agree.
We’re Supposed to Believe the New East River Monster Is Just a Pig?
The city says one thing, but our gut says another.
This Summer’s Montauk Monster Look-alike Has Landed
Yep, still gross.
Florida Tries to Copy Us With Their Own ‘Muck Monster’
Floridians capture video of their own Montauk Monster: “the Muck Monster.”
Introducing the Snoggie
The Snuggie for dogs arriveth. What else can we put in it?
Further Evidence That Former Lehman CEO Richard Fuld Is Pure Evil
Photos of his apartment reveal the Gorilla had some odd trinkets.
Cousin Of Montauk Monster Washes Up on Long Island
The return of beasts of this type can mean only one thing.
The Montauk Monster Hits the Small Screen
And he’s much more cuddly than the last time we saw him.
‘Horrifying Beast’ Spotted in Rocky Point
Relation to Montauk monster was abused by area children before mysteriously disappearing.
The Animals of Summer 2008
From cute and cuddly to desiccated and leathery, a few creatures have captivated the nation this summer. A brief retrospective so far.
Ruby Tuesday Gives Up the Exploding-Restaurant Gig
It turns out that Cheeky’s was a fake. Who knew?
New Real Housewife Kelly Killoren Bensimon Is All Over the Hamptons
Plus, David Paterson hits the East End, Seinfeld plays ball, and Jeff Corwin thinks the Montauk Monster is just a raccoon. All in our Hamptons roundup.
What Today’s Monster News Tells Us About Today’s New Yorkers
It’s Kitty Genovese all over again! Sort of.
A Portrait of the Monster As a Young Man
It was inevitable. Montauk Monster fan art.
Montauk Monster Mania!
The latest theories on the leathery beast the Internet has come to know and love.
East Hampton Bureaucrats Deny Montauk Monster Is Beast From Hell
Or are they in denial? Because their explanations, Intel finds, do not match what can be seen with the human eye.
Investigating the Montauk Monster: The Story Deepens!
Yesterday, a photo emerged of a bloated, leathery animal corpse — only it was like no animal anyone had seen before.