JAKE Incredible Hybrid Human Alligator Creature At Marsh’s Free Museum, Long Beach Washington

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Jake the Alligator Man is an alleged half-man, half-alligator cryptid on display in apparently mummified condition at Marsh’s Free Museum, a tourist trap located at 409 South Pacific Avenue in Long Beach, Washington. He was acquired by the Marshes for $750 in 1967 from an antique store.

source: wikipedia /image: Cameron McKirdy

His image was used by the Weekly World News on November 9, 1993 for front-page article, “Half-human, half-alligator discovered in Florida swamp.The periodical subsequently reported on his escape from captivity, killing of a Miami man.

They keep Jake in a glass case there, and photos show him with the head and torso of a human being, but the lower body and tail of an alligator.Since Jake, the only available specimen of human-alligator hybrid, could easily have been faked and has never been genetically tested, this cross is poorly documented indeed.

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There have been eye-witnesses who have further described seeing something like these.They had green colored scales, webbing between their toes and fingers, with a mouth full of razor sharp teeth. Certainly, they look like something from out of a horror movie. While wandering out in the wild, it would be best to look down first, before taking your next step, as you never know what might be out there.

VIACameron McKirdy
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