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13 Year Old Kentucky Boy Killed In Unknown Animal Attack

 
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Is it Dogman? Getting prevalent!
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These other idiot morans do not understand about the increase and ferocity of dogman sightings and attacks. GLP is so behind like fisher price toy playing children. Smart anons know dogman is the most likely candidate here.
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The article says the boy's body was found 300-400 feet up a steep hill. That rules out any normal canine.

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"With the result of what happened to this child yesterday, that's as bad as it can get," said Jody Sims with Kentucky State Police.

Officials say the initial cause of death is being ruled as the result of an animal attack.

"Their initial determination was this was caused by injuries consistent with an animal attack," said Sims.

Officials say the boy was staying at a relative's house but was not new to the area.

Officials say that while it is being ruled an animal attack they still do not know what killed the boy.

[link to www.wymt.com (secure)]

I've heard rumors it was a bear, mountain lion, or pack of wild dogs.

I find it odd that they haven't released that much info regarding this case. I highly suspect Mountain Lion. Sad anyways. If it were a wild animal attack it would be one of the rare cases that occurs.
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There are no mountain lions in KY.
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I got stalked by a mountain lion in red rock canyon while tripping on acid. I still have ptsd. It was screaming at us and kept coming but never attacked. It was like 110 degrees that day and it chased us for a few miles.

I had a co2 BB gun pistol on me. It was that day I realized how worthless a BB gun is. I didn’t shoot the cat cause I didn’t want to agitate the thing.

After that I bought a Glock and have carried a pistol every day since and that was 1995.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 57730592


And you're gonna need to dump the whole mag into a pissed off mountain lion, bet on it.

If they are stalking you, they are hungry.

If you catch one stalking you, don't hesitate but don't move too fast. Slowly and deliberately draw and aim. If it immediately turns and leaves, it made it's decision and will not be back. Give it one second to decide. If it stays looking at you, send it to God.
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.454, one and done.
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There aren't any goddamn mountain lions in KY. I lived there all my life.

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The article says the boy's body was found 300-400 feet up a steep hill. That rules out any normal canine.


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Bullshit, dogs or Coyotes can EASILY drag a 13 year old boys dead body.

They drag deer for very long distances.
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People in the area believe it was coyotes. They have coyotes jumping my 4 ft fence and running through my yard lately. It is mating season now.
I live in KY, and a few months back, at work at a coal mine outside alone, I heard something in the hills above me. The leaves were very dry and you could hear long distances if they were walked on. It was pitch black and I started shinning my light around looking for what I thought might be a bear. I keep looking in the hill but then my light caught two eyes looking at me. I thought "it's an owl" and I walked closer to it to see what it was. It turned out to be a Mountain Lion staring at me. Stalking me for who knows how long. It looked like it was ready to come at me as it now was out of the hills sitting on a rock. I was helpless. I was closer to it than to safety. My gun was close to 100 feet away in my truck. I stared back at it keeping my light in it's eyes slowly walking backwards till I got to my truck. It walked off And I lost it in the dark. This is is a remote location miles away from houses. Needless to say, I watch extra now and keep my gun with me most of the time now at work.
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May be coyote, Ohio and WV has them, not unusual to see packs chasing deer.

Nowhere does the article say the boy was dragged up the hill, that's where he was found, could be exactly where the animal caught him.
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I drove across Kentucky and there were feral dogs running around everywhere. I was amazed how many there were just trotting along the the interstate and weren't scared of shit. Every ravine was full of old tires refrigerators washing machines cars soda machines etc. Kentucky is a shithole for sure.
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Your so full of shit like a Chistmas Turkey your breath smells like gravy.

I lived there all my life and you're a lying sack of runny shit.

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“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their money, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them (around the banks), will deprive the people of their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.”

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Pitbull first came to mind.
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Well great, now we got monsters...
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If you look into a mirror in a dimly lit room, you will see plenty of people hoping to come here. Curiously at first you would think it was you in the image before you, but it is not. They're always there, but we think it is our image looking back at us, so we mostly don't think about it.

It will help if you can stay in the light.
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Well that's a little creepy.
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Samsquatch
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It's spelled samsquanch.
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5G is agitating wild animals too.
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True. Dogs have been barking at me lately for no reason. Imagine if this whole "everybody has a rescue pet" bs world was so when they hit a certain frequency in the ding dong game, animals will go bizerk and start killing people. Crazy times this clown world.
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I got stalked by a mountain lion in red rock canyon while tripping on acid. I still have ptsd. It was screaming at us and kept coming but never attacked. It was like 110 degrees that day and it chased us for a few miles.

I had a co2 BB gun pistol on me. It was that day I realized how worthless a BB gun is. I didn’t shoot the cat cause I didn’t want to agitate the thing.

After that I bought a Glock and have carried a pistol every day since and that was 1995.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 57730592


And you're gonna need to dump the whole mag into a pissed off mountain lion, bet on it.

If they are stalking you, they are hungry.

If you catch one stalking you, don't hesitate but don't move too fast. Slowly and deliberately draw and aim. If it immediately turns and leaves, it made it's decision and will not be back. Give it one second to decide. If it stays looking at you, send it to God.
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.454, one and done.
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There aren't any goddamn mountain lions in KY. I lived there all my life.
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May 2018. “Last week, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources asked people to "be vigilant" after receiving two credible but unconfirmed sightings of a mountain lion "or other large feline" in the Anchorage area of Jefferson County.” [link to www.kentuckynewera.com (secure)]

2014. “ First cougar seen in Kentucky since Civil War is killed”. [link to www.usatoday.com (secure)]

They’re rare but they are being seen more in the midwest in recent years. We’ve been getting some in IL and we’re not supposed to.

“Since 2002, four mountain lions have been killed in Illinois, including one who was shot in an alley in the Roscoe Village neighborhood in 2008. In all four cases, the mountain lions migrated from South Dakota or Nebraska, and all of them were teenage males.

One part of the Midwest seeing a recent spike in mountain lion sightings is the Missouri and Kansas region. Almost all of the mountain lions confirmed in those states since 1994 were males coming from established populations in the Black Hills, Badlands and northwestern Nebraska, The Kansas City Star reported.”


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It’s scary. There’s a killer on the loose and we don’t know for sure what it even is.
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And you're gonna need to dump the whole mag into a pissed off mountain lion, bet on it.

If they are stalking you, they are hungry.

If you catch one stalking you, don't hesitate but don't move too fast. Slowly and deliberately draw and aim. If it immediately turns and leaves, it made it's decision and will not be back. Give it one second to decide. If it stays looking at you, send it to God.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78485376


.454, one and done.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75269028




There aren't any goddamn mountain lions in KY. I lived there all my life.
 Quoting: HE-B-GB


May 2018. “Last week, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources asked people to "be vigilant" after receiving two credible but unconfirmed sightings of a mountain lion "or other large feline" in the Anchorage area of Jefferson County.” [link to www.kentuckynewera.com (secure)]

2014. “ First cougar seen in Kentucky since Civil War is killed”. [link to www.usatoday.com (secure)]

They’re rare but they are being seen more in the midwest in recent years. We’ve been getting some in IL and we’re not supposed to.

“Since 2002, four mountain lions have been killed in Illinois, including one who was shot in an alley in the Roscoe Village neighborhood in 2008. In all four cases, the mountain lions migrated from South Dakota or Nebraska, and all of them were teenage males.

One part of the Midwest seeing a recent spike in mountain lion sightings is the Missouri and Kansas region. Almost all of the mountain lions confirmed in those states since 1994 were males coming from established populations in the Black Hills, Badlands and northwestern Nebraska, The Kansas City Star reported.”


Source [link to www.nbcchicago.com (secure)]
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Big cats and bears are the most common cover story used by the government fish and wildlife departments in covering up what are, in all probability, Dogman attacks. These attacks are becoming much more frequent and severe in the carnage left in their wake. Some of you may remember that it was only about a year ago when there was a report of several horses or cows being slaughtered by some unknown animal, which it also occurred in Kentucky. If I recall correctly, one of the features of this case was that these animals had not been fed upon. It appeared that they were simply killed and left to rot. There is no question that something very strange is occurring out in the forests throughout the land.
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.454, one and done.
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There aren't any goddamn mountain lions in KY. I lived there all my life.
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May 2018. “Last week, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources asked people to "be vigilant" after receiving two credible but unconfirmed sightings of a mountain lion "or other large feline" in the Anchorage area of Jefferson County.” [link to www.kentuckynewera.com (secure)]

2014. “ First cougar seen in Kentucky since Civil War is killed”. [link to www.usatoday.com (secure)]

They’re rare but they are being seen more in the midwest in recent years. We’ve been getting some in IL and we’re not supposed to.

“Since 2002, four mountain lions have been killed in Illinois, including one who was shot in an alley in the Roscoe Village neighborhood in 2008. In all four cases, the mountain lions migrated from South Dakota or Nebraska, and all of them were teenage males.

One part of the Midwest seeing a recent spike in mountain lion sightings is the Missouri and Kansas region. Almost all of the mountain lions confirmed in those states since 1994 were males coming from established populations in the Black Hills, Badlands and northwestern Nebraska, The Kansas City Star reported.”


Source [link to www.nbcchicago.com (secure)]
 Quoting: bleep




Big cats and bears are the most common cover story used by the government fish and wildlife departments in covering up what are, in all probability, Dogman attacks. These attacks are becoming much more frequent and severe in the carnage left in their wake. Some of you may remember that it was only about a year ago when there was a report of several horses or cows being slaughtered by some unknown animal, which it also occurred in Kentucky. If I recall correctly, one of the features of this case was that these animals had not been fed upon. It appeared that they were simply killed and left to rot. There is no question that something very strange is occurring out in the forests throughout the land.
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I’m not ruling out dogman or wild cats. It needs to be found though.
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And you're gonna need to dump the whole mag into a pissed off mountain lion, bet on it.

If they are stalking you, they are hungry.

If you catch one stalking you, don't hesitate but don't move too fast. Slowly and deliberately draw and aim. If it immediately turns and leaves, it made it's decision and will not be back. Give it one second to decide. If it stays looking at you, send it to God.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78485376


.454, one and done.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75269028




There aren't any goddamn mountain lions in KY. I lived there all my life.
 Quoting: HE-B-GB


May 2018. “Last week, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources asked people to "be vigilant" after receiving two credible but unconfirmed sightings of a mountain lion "or other large feline" in the Anchorage area of Jefferson County.” [link to www.kentuckynewera.com (secure)]

2014. “ First cougar seen in Kentucky since Civil War is killed”. [link to www.usatoday.com (secure)]

They’re rare but they are being seen more in the midwest in recent years. We’ve been getting some in IL and we’re not supposed to.

“Since 2002, four mountain lions have been killed in Illinois, including one who was shot in an alley in the Roscoe Village neighborhood in 2008. In all four cases, the mountain lions migrated from South Dakota or Nebraska, and all of them were teenage males.

One part of the Midwest seeing a recent spike in mountain lion sightings is the Missouri and Kansas region. Almost all of the mountain lions confirmed in those states since 1994 were males coming from established populations in the Black Hills, Badlands and northwestern Nebraska, The Kansas City Star reported.”


Source [link to www.nbcchicago.com (secure)]
 Quoting: bleep



People are even seeing them in Massachusetts. I saw a black panther a few years back outside my apartment complex. Just saw the back end of it, with the long tail, going past. Can't explain it but I know what I saw. I'm about 30 miles outside Boston.
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"With the result of what happened to this child yesterday, that's as bad as it can get," said Jody Sims with Kentucky State Police.

Officials say the initial cause of death is being ruled as the result of an animal attack.

"Their initial determination was this was caused by injuries consistent with an animal attack," said Sims.

Officials say the boy was staying at a relative's house but was not new to the area.

Officials say that while it is being ruled an animal attack they still do not know what killed the boy.

[link to www.wymt.com (secure)]

I've heard rumors it was a bear, mountain lion, or pack of wild dogs.

I find it odd that they haven't released that much info regarding this case. I highly suspect Mountain Lion. Sad anyways. If it were a wild animal attack it would be one of the rare cases that occurs.
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Dr. Acula,

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I’ll take Dogman for a thousand, Alex.
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I drove across Kentucky and there were feral dogs running around everywhere. I was amazed how many there were just trotting along the the interstate and weren't scared of shit. Every ravine was full of old tires refrigerators washing machines cars soda machines etc. Kentucky is a shithole for sure.
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Where the heck were you?

Most Kentuckians are the worst cases of keeping-up-with-the-Jones' I have ever seen, save Texans.

How many horses do you have? Acreage? Which private school? Yeesh.

Roaming packs of pitbulls, my rear. They would be shot for sport.
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It was the beast of LBL. land between the lakes.
see episode 66 dogman encounters radio.
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There are evil things going on in Kentucky at the moment.

Certain people, let's call them Luciferians are trying to contact and open gateways to dark places in the cave systems down there.

These sculptures which cost tens of millions of dollars just happened to be donated by Anonymous to a small town called Ashland.

The statues just happen to be of Vulcan, Venus (Lucifer) and a portal. Go Figure!?

[link to www.dailyindependent.com (secure)]

Nefarious things are taking place in Ashland and Hellier KY. I suggest those on here dig.
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There are evil things going on in Kentucky at the moment.

Certain people, let's call them Luciferians are trying to contact and open gateways to dark places in the cave systems down there.

These sculptures which cost tens of millions of dollars just happened to be donated by Anonymous to a small town called Ashland.

The statues just happen to be of Vulcan, Venus (Lucifer) and a portal. Go Figure!?

[link to www.dailyindependent.com (secure)]

Nefarious things are taking place in Ashland and Hellier KY. I suggest those on here dig.
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good to know thanx
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"With the result of what happened to this child yesterday, that's as bad as it can get," said Jody Sims with Kentucky State Police.

Officials say the initial cause of death is being ruled as the result of an animal attack.

"Their initial determination was this was caused by injuries consistent with an animal attack," said Sims.

Officials say the boy was staying at a relative's house but was not new to the area.

Officials say that while it is being ruled an animal attack they still do not know what killed the boy.

[link to www.wymt.com (secure)]

I've heard rumors it was a bear, mountain lion, or pack of wild dogs.

I find it odd that they haven't released that much info regarding this case. I highly suspect Mountain Lion. Sad anyways. If it were a wild animal attack it would be one of the rare cases that occurs.
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There are no mountain lions in KY.
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I've seen a few and I'm in Kentucky.

So there are mountain lions in Kentucky.
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I drove across Kentucky and there were feral dogs running around everywhere. I was amazed how many there were just trotting along the the interstate and weren't scared of shit. Every ravine was full of old tires refrigerators washing machines cars soda machines etc. Kentucky is a shithole for sure.
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Idiot. That's a lie. So you personally inspected every ravine in Kentucky? Western KY is definitely NOT like that. I know of one isolated spot in Central KY where locals dumped in a single ravine. I've traveled all over Western KY.
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We all saw Wrong Turn.
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Think you'll find Wrong Turn was in Virginia.
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How can they not determine the type? Should be very easy to determine the type of animal based on the geographical area and marks. No?
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That's what makes me think dogs.

A wild animal like a lion and bear always go for the neck and head and a lion or wolf will proceed to eat you. The child would show wounds there and evidence of being eaten. Dogs will just rip your limbs then when they have you down go for your head.

I'm betting loose dogs. I'm about ready to call the cops on my neighbor's dog. I don't normally mind people have dogs out, but when you can't walk down the road without it coming after you with bared teeth, it's time they keep it confined. There isn't any use talking to him, he saw the dog go after me and the standoff and he had to come pull it away, so he knows, but I still see the dog out wandering and visiting my place.
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No mountain lion..or wolf..or coyote is going to drag their kill 300 or 400 feet up a steep cliff. They will drag to the nearest brush/bush and sit and feed
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AC...I disagree. Mountain lions are notoriously private animals and PREFER to haul their prey AWAY from the kill site, usually burying under a pile of duff to return and feed until it's time to kill again. Sounds like this cat was scared off its kill. A diminutive boy, as this child was said to have been, would have been no problem. An adult mtn lion can easily pack a whitetail up a tree, leap a fence with a goat or sheep in its maw, and certainly wouldn't think twice of taking a smaller child, especially a child wandering alone in the evening wood. A coyote, no. Well...maybe with an atv. I seriously doubt it was a wolf. Since no real details have made it into the air for us to ponder, or reach any verifiable conclusion, it's likely suspected or even determined this was a mtn lion attack and no one wants to start a panther panic in an area where "it is said" they have been long extirpated.
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And you're gonna need to dump the whole mag into a pissed off mountain lion, bet on it.

If they are stalking you, they are hungry.

If you catch one stalking you, don't hesitate but don't move too fast. Slowly and deliberately draw and aim. If it immediately turns and leaves, it made it's decision and will not be back. Give it one second to decide. If it stays looking at you, send it to God.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78485376


.454, one and done.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75269028




There aren't any goddamn mountain lions in KY. I lived there all my life.
 Quoting: HE-B-GB


May 2018. “Last week, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources asked people to "be vigilant" after receiving two credible but unconfirmed sightings of a mountain lion "or other large feline" in the Anchorage area of Jefferson County.” [link to www.kentuckynewera.com (secure)]

2014. “ First cougar seen in Kentucky since Civil War is killed”. [link to www.usatoday.com (secure)]

They’re rare but they are being seen more in the midwest in recent years. We’ve been getting some in IL and we’re not supposed to.

“Since 2002, four mountain lions have been killed in Illinois, including one who was shot in an alley in the Roscoe Village neighborhood in 2008. In all four cases, the mountain lions migrated from South Dakota or Nebraska, and all of them were teenage males.

One part of the Midwest seeing a recent spike in mountain lion sightings is the Missouri and Kansas region. Almost all of the mountain lions confirmed in those states since 1994 were males coming from established populations in the Black Hills, Badlands and northwestern Nebraska, The Kansas City Star reported.”


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Yeah, I've heard of some "pets" being shot in SW Missouri. It's a shame really. They shouldn't be kept as pets. They get loose and then are shot.

But I believe it. My neighbor told us she was told someone that lives nearby caught a mountain lion on a game camera. Lived here 30 years. Always hear rumor or tales, but first time I ever heard of one being seen on a camera. Just like the bear, didn't think it was real, until I saw the paw print by the pond and then a few years later my neighbor showed me the pic they took of one in their yard. I guess we do have a population of them around here.
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No mountain lion..or wolf..or coyote is going to drag their kill 300 or 400 feet up a steep cliff. They will drag to the nearest brush/bush and sit and feed
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We have no idea how "steep" this cliff or hill is. What is steep to some is not steep to a 13 year old. I see no information as to what the boy was supposedly doing when he was attacked. Was he out hiking? Exploring? Just being a 13 year old boy would be my guess.
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I listened to a report on this.

The injuries are labeled by investigators as canine.

Its def. A dogman attack.

For those of you unfamiliar with the huge numbers of dogman sightings, attacks, and events = go to u tube and do a search for dogman.

There are hundreds upon hundreds of first hand reports and interviews.

All give the same descriptions

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02/21/2020 05:19 PM
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Re: 13 Year Old Kentucky Boy Killed In Unknown Animal Attack
I listened to a report on this.

The injuries are labeled by investigators as canine.

Its def. A dogman attack.

For those of you unfamiliar with the huge numbers of dogman sightings, attacks, and events = go to u tube and do a search for dogman.

There are hundreds upon hundreds of first hand reports and interviews.

All give the same descriptions
 Quoting: FireSteel


^ this definitely! the beast of LBL. ky





GLP