I have been meaning to do a post on this for a long time but just like El Chupacabra someone beats me to it. I will post what information I have on
the Dover cases and similar sightings.
The most sketches I have seen in one place.
An over view of one of the sightings of the Dover deamon.
It is possible that the Dover demon and the loveland frog are in fact related. The sightings are extremely similar in both instances.
Dover Demon : "is described as a peculiar entity with glowing orange eyes, standing around 1 metre or (3-4 feet) high, with rough, peach coloured,
hairless, skin." www.paranormality.com...
Loveland Frog: "Williams described the creature as 3 or 4 feet tall, weighing around 50 to 75 pounds. Its body looked like leathery textured skin,
and had a face resembling a frog or lizard." home.fuse.net...
This creature is also part of the mythology of the Cree Indians of eastern Canada.
"Mannegishi : are creatures that belong to the mythology of the Cree Indians of eastern Canada. They are described as pygmy, human-like entities,
that resemble 'little men', with long thin legs and arms. They are said to have twelve fingers (six on each hand). Their round hairless, heads, with
large eyes and no nose, are apparently quite big in comparison to their small bodies." www.paranormality.com...
Here is The most comprehensive site I have seen on the Loveland frogs.
In all of these cases the creatures are described as three to four feet in height, hairless skin and glowing red or orange eyes. Leading me to believe
that they are in fact related, if not the same creature. All of these cases also share a common bond with my favorite bit of cryptozoology El
Chupacabra who is normally described as three to five feet in height with glowing red eyes and little to no body hair. The only distinct difference is
the spines that many have reported seeing on El Chupacabra. The fact that there are three separate locations for these sightings and that one of them
is much older leads me to the opinion that this is not simply an elaborate hoax but that there is most likely something out there that we have yet to