The Beast of Cuivre River

The Beast of Cuivre River

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ConcernedOutdoor sman

Columbia, MO

#1 Apr 15, 2011
Someone told me about a site where all of Lincoln County gathers to discuss important issues within our community. I've come here and been looking for a discussion about that which plagues our humble people more than anything but have been shocked to see nothing. Why is there nothing about The Beast of Cuivre River State Park on here? I know I am not the only person with concerns. Even back when I was in high school it was a hot topic of conversation. Now my grandson tells me this is still a fact realized by kids in school here today. This ferocious beast is a threat to anyone making a trip through the park. If we all have this concern for so many years why hasn't it been resolved? I personally hold the belief park rangers have been covering up this issue for years. They are willing to put innocent god-fearing citizen's lives at stake so they can still get their funding from the state and use their budget for things they see more important. I would even bet the rangers have been finding ways to take conversations about the beast down off this site.
I say enough, time to take this into our own hands. We can not simply sit back and let this beast continue to hound us, and heaven forbid possibly mate? I say we form a committee to hunt this thing down. Who's with me?
Ghost of Rick James

Troy, MO

#2 Apr 15, 2011
ConcernedOutdoorsman wrote:
Someone told me about a site where all of Lincoln County gathers to discuss important issues within our community. I've come here and been looking for a discussion about that which plagues our humble people more than anything but have been shocked to see nothing. Why is there nothing about The Beast of Cuivre River State Park on here? I know I am not the only person with concerns. Even back when I was in high school it was a hot topic of conversation. Now my grandson tells me this is still a fact realized by kids in school here today. This ferocious beast is a threat to anyone making a trip through the park. If we all have this concern for so many years why hasn't it been resolved? I personally hold the belief park rangers have been covering up this issue for years. They are willing to put innocent god-fearing citizen's lives at stake so they can still get their funding from the state and use their budget for things they see more important. I would even bet the rangers have been finding ways to take conversations about the beast down off this site.
I say enough, time to take this into our own hands. We can not simply sit back and let this beast continue to hound us, and heaven forbid possibly mate? I say we form a committee to hunt this thing down. Who's with me?
Cocaine is a helluva drug.
Finally

Wentzville, MO

#3 Apr 16, 2011
I am so happy someone has brought this up! Ignore the the rangers trying to discredit your story with the drug accusing!! My mother lives by the park and she saw bigfoot savaging her vegetable garden and trying to catch her dog as a freggin afternoon snack! Ever since then shes kept my dads shotgun back the back door incase the damn thing comes back. I thing its about damn time we stand up and fight back.
Sickened

O Fallon, MO

#4 Apr 16, 2011
That wasn't bigfoot! It was just a hairy mulleted local from Los Rancheros trailer park.
Fubar County

Troy, MO

#5 Apr 16, 2011
My mom goes out in the woods at night hunting. She has a really thick mustache, so it's probably her.

Please don't shoot her. She really means no harm to humans and doesn't mean to scare you.
Lusciou Lincoln County Ga

Columbia, MO

#6 Apr 16, 2011
I never told anybody but the police this. But when I was 12 years old that thing kidnaped me and took me to his lair. I got out, thank Jesus, but I never been the same since.
thank God somebody has the balls to post this. Those rangers never took a word I said seriously. Said I was some little whore all doped up. Let's give those bastards what for
troll

Wentzville, MO

#7 Apr 17, 2011
trollolololololol
wait what

Lake Saint Louis, MO

#8 Apr 18, 2011
LMAO...are you people freaking serious??? What the HELL are you talking about?? I've never heard of any sort of beast in the state park, and my family and I have lived here our whole lives. Sounds like some methheads, for sure.
Buffalo Bob

Chesterfield, MO

#9 Apr 18, 2011
That same thing took me to his lair too. I kept hearing him say "It puts the lotion on its skin! You have no idea what kind of hell I can bring you!"

I called it Buffalo Bob....
Articles on the Beast

Chesterfield, MO

#10 Apr 18, 2011
Does anyone know any of these people below in the article provided? I wonder if they still say they saw Bigfoot 30 years later...

During the early 1940s, people heard eerie screams emanating from the Missouri woods, but found no source. In 1969, there was a sighting of a small hairy ape-like animal. In 1971, Joan Mills and Mary Ryan sighted the monster they said looked like a half man and half ape when they were driving on Highway 79. There was a spate of sightings in 1972.

•June 30 – Vaughn and Tim (last names not given) were fishing in the Cuivre River when they saw a tall hairy creature wading in the water. When they investigated, they found large three-toed footprints where the hairy biped exited from the river.
•July 11 – Terry and Wally Harrison were playing in their backyard when sister Doris heard them scream. They all saw a tall black hairy biped carrying a dead dog. Earlier that day, a farmer reported his dog missing.
•July 14 – Edgar Harrison, their father, and several other people heard growls and investigated. The saw nothing, but reported an unpleasant odor that smelled like rotten flesh.
•July 21 – Ellis Minor heard his dogs barking and grabbed his flashlight before going outside. He saw the tall black hairy monster in the flashlight’s beam. The creature ran away when it noticed him.
•July 23 – Police sealed off a two acre wooded area and twenty-five people searched for the beast, which many believed was a black bear, because there were reports of seeing an animal with a sheep or dog in its mouth.
•July 24– Two teenage girls reported seeing the hairy creature at sunset when it was walking by the edge of a wooded area.

http://www.suite101.com/content/cryptid-momo-...
itsourRIGHT

Columbia, MO

#12 Apr 19, 2011
I was a counsellor at Camp Dericott in the park a few summers ago. One night I got woken up by all the kids in my cabin screaming that there was some kind of large animal in the woods outside the left side of the cabin. I thought it was some kind of common camp prank until the next morning. There were three dead squirrels skinned lined up outside the door of the cabin. Needless to say the kids freaked. We had a staff meeting and the camp organizers were furious thinking it was some kind of twisted prank. Everyone swore they had nothing to do with this and I personally vouche for all these individuals...no one was capable of something that disgusting. The next night in the girls village kids awoke counsellors to the same complaints. This time the counsellor saw it too and then a dead possum was thrown through a window breaking the glass. She left that night terrified. I havent entered that park since then.

THERE IS NO DOUBT THIS CREATURE EXISTS AND IS DANGEROUS TO ALL.
Lowest IQs

United States

#13 Apr 20, 2011
This creature is part of the failed US Government Genetics Experiments conducted in the late 50's and early 60's here in Lincoln County. This county was not selected by mistake. The natural inbreeding that takes place here between cousins, aunts and uncles provided a perfect cover for the experiments.

In an effort to create a "super-human" species, there were obviously some mistakes made along the way. What they ended up with is a group of individuals that share only one strand of DNA. The government continues to monitor the experiment by watching videos from the check out lines at Troy Wal-Mart.

If you carefully observe the Wal-Mart parking lot any Saturday, you too can observe the results of this failed experiment. These are the direct descendants of the very creature that has been observed in Cuivre River State Park. They, like their genetically altered cousin, love wild animals like squirrels and dear. Look how many pictures they take and put in the paper of their "kills!"

The public behavior of these creatures is very predictable, even down to the shared desire of 32 oz Tallboys in a brown paper bag after work. I was told that if you put a couple tallboys outside your tent at Cuivre River, the creature will take those and leave you alone!
sweet lips

O Fallon, MO

#14 Apr 20, 2011
The Beast of Bray Road

We used to live where this occurred. Oooooo...
The Beast of Bray Road (or the Bray Road Beast) is a cryptozoological creature first reported in the 1980s on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. The same label has been applied well beyond the initial location, to any unknown creature from southern Wisconsin or northern Illinois that is described as having similar characteristics to those reported in the initial set of sightings.

Bray Road itself is a quiet country road near the community of Elkhorn. The rash of claimed sightings in the late 1980s and early 1990s prompted a local newspaper, the Walworth County Week, to assign reporter Linda Godfrey to cover the story. Godfrey initially was skeptical, but later became convinced of the sincerity of the witnesses. Her series of articles later became a book titled The Beast of Bray Road: Trailing Wisconsin's Werewolf.

I remember reading about this in the local newspaper as we lived there at the time.
sweet lips

O Fallon, MO

#15 Apr 20, 2011
Lowest IQs wrote:
This creature is part of the failed US Government Genetics Experiments conducted in the late 50's and early 60's here in Lincoln County. This county was not selected by mistake. The natural inbreeding that takes place here between cousins, aunts and uncles provided a perfect cover for the experiments.

In an effort to create a "super-human" species, there were obviously some mistakes made along the way. What they ended up with is a group of individuals that share only one strand of DNA. The government continues to monitor the experiment by watching videos from the check out lines at Troy Wal-Mart.

If you carefully observe the Wal-Mart parking lot any Saturday, you too can observe the results of this failed experiment. These are the direct descendants of the very creature that has been observed in Cuivre River State Park. They, like their genetically altered cousin, love wild animals like squirrels and dear. Look how many pictures they take and put in the paper of their "kills!"

The public behavior of these creatures is very predictable, even down to the shared desire of 32 oz Tallboys in a brown paper bag after work. I was told that if you put a couple tallboys outside your tent at Cuivre River, the creature will take those and leave you alone!
YOU ARE TOO FUNNY!! GENIUS!!!
Seriously

Columbia, MO

#16 Apr 20, 2011
Lowest IQs wrote:
This creature is part of the failed US Government Genetics Experiments conducted in the late 50's and early 60's here in Lincoln County. This county was not selected by mistake. The natural inbreeding that takes place here between cousins, aunts and uncles provided a perfect cover for the experiments.
In an effort to create a "super-human" species, there were obviously some mistakes made along the way. What they ended up with is a group of individuals that share only one strand of DNA. The government continues to monitor the experiment by watching videos from the check out lines at Troy Wal-Mart.
If you carefully observe the Wal-Mart parking lot any Saturday, you too can observe the results of this failed experiment. These are the direct descendants of the very creature that has been observed in Cuivre River State Park. They, like their genetically altered cousin, love wild animals like squirrels and dear. Look how many pictures they take and put in the paper of their "kills!"
The public behavior of these creatures is very predictable, even down to the shared desire of 32 oz Tallboys in a brown paper bag after work. I was told that if you put a couple tallboys outside your tent at Cuivre River, the creature will take those and leave you alone!
Does it make you feel better about yourself to post things like this? If living in Lincoln county makes you the angry and bitter person that has such little self worth they must write such hurtful things I suggest for your own benefit you move. I hope you realize how this looks. Mature, please.
ObviouslyAPloy

Columbia, MO

#17 Apr 20, 2011
Seriously wrote:
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Does it make you feel better about yourself to post things like this? If living in Lincoln county makes you the angry and bitter person that has such little self worth they must write such hurtful things I suggest for your own benefit you move. I hope you realize how this looks. Mature, please.
I wouldn't worry about this "Seriously". It's obvious that the post you are replying to is a park ranger, trying to discredit this thread. I'm sure these perverse nature hounds are disgruntled their secret, which as it appears they've been hiding since the 1960s, is coming unraveled due to technology. Let us not fall victim to their bait to distract us from community enlightenment. I will be the first to admit when I first read this subject I thought it was ridiculous, but as so many community members have come forward with stories, it is becoming increasingly clear just how serious this problem truly is. I for one am certainly onboard "Concerned Outdoorsman" to deal with this problem.
hmm

Lake Saint Louis, MO

#18 Apr 20, 2011
Are you people being serious? I haven't ever heard one thing about this....
easter bunny

Columbia, MO

#19 Apr 20, 2011
Are you sure its not yogi-bear and boo boo stealing picnic baskets.
Thinkaboutit

Columbia, MO

#20 Apr 20, 2011
hmm wrote:
Are you people being serious? I haven't ever heard one thing about this....
I hadn't either but I've done some research in addition to the articles brought up on this thread (see the like that "sweet lips" included) and it appears that there have been several documented sightings. It's frightening how many first hand accounts people have brought up. I know some of the people who do administrative work at the state park and they have told me some awful stories about what those rangers have done in the past so it dosent surprise me.
Concerned Outdoor Swan

Wentzville, MO

#21 Apr 20, 2011
OMG - you folks are absolutley ridiculous. I cannot believe you all fell for it !

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