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|Jul 22 2012, 1:22pm Anchor|
This year marked the 40th anniversary of the sightings of the infamous Goat-Man of Lake Worth, Texas - a strange, monstrous form that haunted the roads and woods of the lake for months and struck terror into the hearts and minds of those that lived in the area back in 1969. And, to commemorate the incidents in question, on Saturday, October 3, 2009, the first ever Lake Worth Monster Bash was held at the lake - and right in the heart of where the monster was seen. Or, as it's known today: the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge. Well, living only about 20 or 30 minutes away meant I just had to attend. And, I'm very glad that I did.
One of those was Bob Groff, who I met at the Bash, and who told me - three days later in an in-depth interview - that he had seen the Goat-Man on a Saturday night in March 2009. The location wasn't the lake itself, but a road running adjacent to the lake, Groff explained. He said it was around 11.00 p.m., and he had been driving home after attending a wedding, when he caught sight of a weird, man-like form standing at the side of the road "where there was a bunch of trees behind."
The creature, says Groff, was around seven-feet-tall and "man-shaped." But, this was no normal man: the entity sported two goat-like protrusions from its head and its lower body was covered in fur. It wasn't a local, in other words. Groff, of course, knew of the 1960s stories of the Goat-Man and floored the accelerator, preferring not to become the creature's next meal.
Quite reasonably, I asked Groff if it was possible that he had merely been the victim of a good-natured, and very successful, hoax. He didn't outright deny that as a possibility; but preferred to conclude that: "The Goat-Man is real and I saw him. People can say what they want; but I saw him."
|Jul 22 2012, 1:42pm Anchor|
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