In the dead of winter in 1953-54, an unknown creature terrorized a small North Carolina town with a then population of less than 800 residents. For 13 days beginning on December 29, 1953, residents of the tiny town and its immediate surrounds were mortified day after day as each morning they disovered the decapitated remains of their family dogs.

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Had you heard about the Beast of Bladenboro? Now that you have, what are your theories about this heinous turn of events? Feel free to continue the discussion in the comments.

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