A Conversation for Squonks - Mythical Animals

squonks

Post 1

several, a/k/a random

i haven't seen any hemlocks, but i DO have trees that have berries, i'm just across state lines from pennsyltucky, and i resemble those remarks. i am thinking i may be a mutated squonk.
smiley - musicalnote


squonks

Post 2

GTBacchus

Ah, so that's where they've gotten off to! smiley - bigeyes


squonks

Post 3

several, a/k/a random

the cleveland indians fan forum won't let me login today. several times in the past i may have swerved a car or two when a squonk came into vision, so i'm wandering ALL OVER the Guide today, getting into trouble, i'm sure.
smiley - clown


squonks

Post 4

Revcracker

Well, blow me down!

That was a fascinating article. But why should Pennsylvania have all the strange beasts, anyway?

Anybody know of some weird creature that's indigenous to the Midwest?

regards,

Rev. smiley - ok


squonks

Post 5

Daniel Anthony

Well, the Iowans are strange creatures, even if they aren't particularly mythical.smiley - winkeye


squonks

Post 6

Revcracker

What's a lowan?


squonks

Post 7

several, a/k/a random

there are the great lakes sea monsters, and i'm sure some strange reports from the muddy mississippi. an iowan? i don't owe no wans.
smiley - musicalnote


squonks

Post 8

Revcracker

Ah! Iowans!

Yes, they are pretty strange.

Thanks for that!

Cheers!

Rev. smiley - ok


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