Honey Island Swamp Monster
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Honey Island Swamp, Oct. 2011.
Photo, Elisa Rolle/WMC (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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Honey Island Swamp Monster is an appellation for a proposed crypto-hominid, named for the Louisiana swamp it is said to inhabit, which was first reported in 1963 by Harlan Ford. It has been connected with Letiche, a wild man figure in Louisiana regional folklore, sourced to "ancient Native American" stories of unidentified origins, and Tainted Keitre, a similar folktale of Cajun origins.
- Nickell, Joe (July 2001), "Tracking the Swamp Monsters", Skeptical Inquirer 25 (4), http://www.csicop.org/si/show/tracking_the_swamp_monsters/
- Honey Island Swamp Monster Official Site, swampmonster.weebly.com, http://swampmonster.weebly.com/ — operated by Dana Holyfield, Harlan Ford's granddaughter, to continue to spread the word of the Swamp Monster