The world’s a very dangerous place, especially for those unfamiliar with the terrors that possibly await as we venture forth from the safety of our homes. It’s every parent’s duty to warn their children of the creepers, stalkers, and downright unsavory people walking amongst us every day.
However, the awareness of this danger shouldn’t be limited to naive children, but should, as a practical matter, be heeded by folks wanting to live safely into their golden years. And hopefully, most of us will make it there. Unfortunately, there are those who don’t, befalling a terrible, unspeakable fate.
Up until this point, believers in the supernatural and paranormal have always suspected that a portion of the mutilated victims, unexplained disappearances, and so on have been the work of cryptids. Vampires, werewolves, and any host of unspeakable terrors lurking just out of sight, in the darkness; claiming their victims and leaving unidentified corpses behind.
After all, since 1980 there have been over 200,000 unsolved murders committed in the United States.
What if it’s possible (just maybe) we’ve been looking at the whole scene with skewed perception? What if a few of those unnamed killers leaving a trail of John and Jane Does are actually not the bad guys? Sounds crazy, right?
Recently, a dismembered body was found in a tarp/duffle bag near some concrete barriers on a beach. The identity of the victim is still unknown, and the killer is also still at large.
Could this most recent beach discovery be an example of the work one might expect from a monster hunter taking precautions to ensure his (or her) supernatural foe doesn’t return? After all, if you consider the possibility that monsters do exist and prey on human victims then it’s not a far stretch to conclude someone or something, would also hunt them.