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Cryptic Creatures Part 2 – Duct Tape Nation 09-23-16

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There are all KINDS of mysterious creatures and encounters that have happened over the years, and we plan on discussing some of them in this show.

We’ll discuss many of them, including Tessie, The Jersey Devil, Skunk Ape, and more.

This will be a fun episode that you won’t want to miss!

 

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