Troll Killed and Photographed In Africa

This strange troll like creature is said to have been killed and photographed by a group escorting a shooting party in Namibia.

Published on Aug 17, 2012
Locals came across this strange creature while they were escorting a shooting party in Namibia. Witness’s state that the creature was spotted apparently foraging for food, one of the shooting party wounded it with his rifle and it escaped into the thick brush. The locals tracked it to a nearby lair or nest where they found three more creatures of similar size. The wounded creature attacked one of the shooting party and it was shot dead, the others escaped into the brush. The body of the creature was taken back to the local camp, police later removed its corpse and a full forensics investigation is under way. A video is pending on this so I will post if and when I receive it. So what is this guys, an Alien, Goblin, maybe a new species of Pigmy or something more sinister, as always you decide.

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2 thoughts on “Troll Killed and Photographed In Africa

  1. I’m a zoologist and while I admit there are MANY undescribed species still left to be found, I’m pretty sure this “thing” in the pic is nothing more than a digitaly altered pic of a pig merged with a human baby. If it’s not the we should have been hearing about this on CNN by now, don’t you think? Someone would be trying to make a fourtune off of a real specimen, and DNA samples would have been sent to labs around the world along with video footage.

  2. I don’t know Doctor Long. The trolls could be scouting for places to invade. The unknown is our enemy you know! The trolls could be helping the atmospheric beasts find spots to attack as well. Humans must prepare for the feast of the beast. Huzzah I am Winston, John Winston!!!!!

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