This is my first year participating in this challenge and I’m excited to give it a try. I have no idea how my experiment will work out but I’m going to try to write one long Halloween story for the challenge, one part per day that will include the day’s word.
If you are are an anthropologist, archeologist, mythologist, or Ufologist the story I’m about to tell you may not be so surprising, as anyone in any of those fields is familiar with the monster. Trying to pin down the beast beyond its existence won’t be easy. Think of it like you would think of a color; for example, red. You can find red in blood, in fall leaves, and in many flowers and bird feathers; yet if someone were to ask you where red was or to prove red exists, it wouldn’t be so easy. The best I can do is show you glimpses of it through the bits and pieces of evidence and universal folklore that has been found along the way.
Why is it called monster? Beast? Let me tell the tale, and you be the judge…
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