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It's the first full moon of 2016, get comfy and cozy in bed and listen to some werewolf stories.


http://www.dogmanencountersradio.com/

Episodes worth jumping into right away are

12 (you should start here if you want a really good show right away)
26
66
4
15
34 is an absolute must
35
43
58 and 59
60 is a compilation of the best encounters up to that episode
77 is another compilation episode

(all episodes are on youtube and any podcast app)

dogmen sightings in NA
https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zJbwSkGr1w1I.kxsuHmjz8ndA&hl=en_US


Folks here had fun last time talking about this cryptid coming to light again. Won't make these threads all the time because new episodes only come out every friday. So once a month on a full moon might be more appropriate.

Other werewolf/dogmen interviews can be found on YT, anything with Linda Godfrey is good, but they're all an hour to 2 hours long. The podcast show I linked gets right into the stories w/out commercials or ads.

bigfoot = old and busted
dogmen = the new hotness
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Bump because Bigfoot is getting old
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>>17262248
At least Bigfoot got popular without a program
> inb4 somebody scrapes together an obscure show around the time Bigfoot started getting popular...
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>80s recording quality of spoopy old piano to start the episode

das it mane
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>>17262135
Awooo~

Guys thread with good stuff.
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These interviews are best listened to alone, in the dark. Esp on a full moon like tonight.
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They don't exist

However, wild dogs do, and a pack of such will kill any man alive if he's not well armed.

That's far more than scary enough
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>>17262944
>They don't exist
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>>17262135
Survived the full moon, Anyone Else have dogman Links?
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>>17263363
Look up the Linda Godfrey books, such as The Beast of Bray Road and The Michigan Dogman. She interviews tons of witnesses who have had sightings and personal encounters. Really interesting stuff.
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>dogmen = new hotness
Bigfoot is still pretty hot, too.
I'd fuck him.
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Bump for Jacob
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Obola stop
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more submitted stories


http://michigansotherside.com/cryptozoology/89-the-michigan-dogman
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>>17262135
>episode 12

>yfw your bff becky leaves you to die alone by the river
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>>17263363
>>17263378

yeah just youtube dogmen or whatever, there isn't that much about them online though, just in books and junk. mostly all the same because not a lot of people come forward saying they've seen them
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>>17267369
FUCKING LOL
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>>17267369
Thanks becky
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Anyone have any personal encounters?
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>>17270320
I'd like to know this also, if any /x/ browsers actually live anywhere near the woods.
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>>17262696
I always listen on Tuesday nights, driving home from work across states while eating pupusas. It's the best.
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>>17270320
>>17270382
No, a couple instances of really tense feelings & silent woods, and a massive thing crashing down from a tree but didn't leave prints (that I found) and no eyes on. The story in episode 67 happened about 15 minutes from where I live.
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>>17270320
>>17270382
In north florida I would often see bear like creatures following me while camping. But black bears are extremely common there
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This is probably the only cryptid i wouldn't be cool with even trying to see irl. It's too much, too spooky. Especially if they're as traumatizing as all the encounters claim.
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>>17271067
shoutout to pupusas
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>>17271128
I sort of feel the same way, but curiosity has got the better of me. I'm going up to Wisconsin and Michigan this summer to spend a week trying to get it on camera.
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Nightly bump! Gonna make my way through them episodes boyos
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Any of these stories happen around GA?
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>>17270320
I live one hour from holy hill in Wisconsin, which is one of the most famous and frequent sightings for dog man
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>>17273202
Haven't heard of it before, I'm most familiar with Elkhorn and Bray Road.
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So anyone know how to ward against dogmen?
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Dude I cannot stand this host. He's such a tryhard.
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>>17272661
https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zJbwSkGr1w1I.kxsuHmjz8ndA&hl=en_US

a few near the borders of other states
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>>17273343
They don't seem to attack people that often. If they do its really really REALLY rare. The few people that run into them, just back away and not run. Slowly make your way out of the area they're in and say a few prayers if it helps. 98% of the time they'll leave you alone and just seem to want to scare the shit out of you. If you live close to the area you see it in, don't drive directly home, they've been known to follow people back to their houses and snoop around them at night.
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>>17273352
He doesn't talk as much as other radio hosts who interview people, he certainly doesn't interrupt as much. Which is kind of the saving grace, you just have to embrace his personality and fastforward 5 minutes to where he just lets the person talk for an hour.
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>>17262135
Is this an advertisement??????
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>>17273708
Not really, it's just one of the few ways to hear about firsthand encounters for those who are interested in the subject.
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>>17262135
Vic Cundiff is this you???
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>>17273749
No, It took me a while to get used to it too. But I've listened to other podcasts and the hosts dont shut the fuck up and cut people off all the time. it gets annoying.
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>>17273749
Lol I'm the one that posted that name in the last thread
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>>17271192
It's this anon again. Anyone have any suggestions for gear an methods to try to find/ get one of these things on camera? I'm going to have a dash cam running when I'm on the road at night, I'm going to be carrying an HD camcorder and disposable cameras when I'm out walking in the woods, and I'm going to have a motion sensored trail camera outside my tent when I'm asleep. Besides driving around and walking in the woods at night, I'm not to sure how to go looking for it.
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>>17274395
Hi, I think we talked in a previous thread. I was the guy who recommended the disposable for quick aim and shoot. You're just going to have to get lucky, but sightings on full moons, or close to full moons seem to increase the chances. Not because of any paranormal reasons, but because hunting for them is easier. It'd be easier for you to see them too. So if you could go on a night where the moon is very bright, that'd be a better use of your time.

Also don't be thinking about them when looking for them, idk if they can pick up on that kind of stuff but it's better to push it to the back of your mind, and don't be scared. Any and all animals can pick up on that fear and avoid you because of it. Remember not to look in the eyes.

Most sightings on the side of the road involve them eating roadkill so if you find anything dead while driving, keep an eye on that spot. Maybe drive by it a few times or stake it out.

Also dogs and wolves can't see the color red. It'd look just the same as the grass and foliage to them, so if you're going to be camping and don't want your tent to be seen. Try and get a red one.
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>>17274642
Yes that was me. Thanks for the tips, I appreciate the help.
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What does a dogman look like? What are it's behaviors?
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>>17274801
lots of people have said they look like the werewolf from van helsing, or the ones from underworld. Some vary though, some can have hocks like a dogs legs, but some can have more humanoid looking ones. yellow or amber eyes, ears mostly on top of the head like a german shepard. They look pretty much exactly like what you'd expect a werewolf to look like, only they can't be that. They have to be some kind of biological creature that's just not been classified yet.

very muscular and 6 to 9ft tall.
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>>17274686
either way, don't be scared, it's not going to like you being all up in its area if you're in the woods, but it wont kill you. if its the other way around and you just happen to see it while driving, it most likely wont care or seem uninterested. just make sure to have all of your cameras already on so you can just point and shoot. but I would only do that in the car, I wouldnt bring electronics with you in the woods just in case they can pick up on that somehow, thats where the disposables would come in or something. seems like its okay to bring a flashlight that doesnt really matter
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>>17274840
My dash cams start recording as soon as I start the car, they hook into the cigarette lighter ports. They hold about 18 hours of HD video w/ sound on each memory card, so I'll just put a new card in once the old one is full. I'll keep all of the footage I record and review it all once I get home to see if they caught something on the side of the road that I didn't see.
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>>17274801
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>>17275222
Yeah this is a good one. they're heads really are massive.
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>>17274901
>>17275222

I'm trying to mentally prepare myself if I do see one. I feel like I'll be able to handle it as best as one could hope, but odds are I'm going to be freaking the fuck out internally.
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>>17273700
Basically this, except I've gotten used to how he presents now. Definite props on not interrupting the guest all the time.
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>>17274395

Do you not have a phone with 5mp or better recording quality??
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>>17276191
just don't think of it as a literal werewolf. its just another animal. the howl is something i dont think any human wants to hear in the woods at night though, thats so ingrained in our DNA to be terrified of there's no helping it. You hear that, and start smelling the scent of rotting flesh and wetdog smell, you'll know for sure one is coming. Listen for footsteps that match your own, it's gonna follow you for a bit if it reveals itself.

Oh, and there is never just one. There's always other nearby.allegedly...

best of luck though, If I didn't live in the middle of houston, nowhere near any woods, I'd be out there trying to find shit like this too. Never encountered anything that could even be remotely considered spooky in my entire life and it sucks. I believe in it though, world seems more interesting that way.
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>>17277000

You have to ingrain a new instincting yourself. Just ingrain in yourself that you are the thing to be feared. Then when something tries to scare you, your knee-jerk will be to scare it instead
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so what's with all the new hype over Dogmen
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>>17277027
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>>17277110
for me it was I never heard about these things before and the interviews were spooky as fuck, these people saw something real. I never heard about them before and I've been on this site for years, even offline I never even heard the word dogman or anything like them.

plus its something new, /x/ needs a little bit of new once in a while. even if for a few weeks
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>>17262634

lol why the fuck does it last so long??
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>>17277211

That's the exact idea my friend
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>>17262135
anyone have the source for the radio call in from the man driven legally insane from some dogman/bigfoot like creature attacking him in his broken down car?
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Jesus christ from this guys ham-fisted fucking performance, I can smell the fucking cheetos and flat mountain dew from here.
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>>17277211
Political cartoons about Teddy are the best
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>>17277110
I don't know, I've been interested in it for almost a decade. I'm glad it's picked up a bit of a following on /x/, I just hope it doesn't turn into the new Goatman or Skinwalker.
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>>17277000
>>17277027
I've never thought of it as a werewolf, I've always thought of it as a biological creature that has yet to be classified. I believe that something is out there, but I think the scariest thing would be to see one and know 100% that they are real, and that they really are out there.
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>>17276986
Yes I do, I just prefer to use real cameras.
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i saw a dogman once. he was like a dog but also a lot like a man
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>>17278022
Is this him
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>>17278034
yea thats him wow
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Hearts of certain things regarding what op is saying doesent matter due to certain things regarding the numbers he used and the irony of calculation he tried to use or is it a she, anyways according to the chinese zodiac rats tend to get lucky and its associated with certain things.
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>>17278049
Wat
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>>17278137
He's mentally ill don't mind him.
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>>17277883
I've also been thinking of investing in a thermal imager. I found a decent one for about $500. Do you think it'd be able to pick up on it if I used one when I was out in the woods?
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>>17278552
maybe, but probably not worth the investment. so many people already have stuff like that out there and they dont find shit but regular animals.

I think you need to get back to basic low tech stuff if you want to flush them out.
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>>17278552
Thermal imager won't hurt. But you won't be able to find one on just an evening jaunt in the woods. Gonna have to stick around and make them investigate you
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>>17279300
I plan on spending about 2 nights at each location.
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>>17279739
good idea, that's more than a lot of other people even bother with. hang out in an area more if you think you're onto something. It's probably the same pack that's been seen in all of those clusters too.
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>>17279911
I plan on being on the trip from the 10th to the 19th of June. I'm going to start in Elkhorn, WI, since it's only about a 7 1/2 hour drive from where I live. After that I'm going to hit a couple spots in Wisconsin, circle up through the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, come back down through the main state, then head home.
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The first book Linda Godfrey wrote about the Dogman. As the title suggests, it deals with the original slough of sightings in the early 90's that occurred mainly around Elkhorn and Bray Road, although some other encounters are included.
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>>17262135
New episode Friday
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>>17282115
What time does he usually upload them?
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>>17274840
Do you really think it's a good idea for him to go into the woods alone at night without any electronics? Even as a method of contact?
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>>17283145
I have a friend I'm taking with me in the trip. And I'll have my phone with me, I'll probably just keep it turned off while I'm out there.
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>>17262248
There are only so many times you can hear frame 352 without getting full of it, and I'm well past that point.
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Why don't they just call them werewolves?
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Yawn as I was saying this concept of numbers and math and logic and what not is entertaining tends to stimulAte certain things to say the least due to how interesting certain subject matter tends to be.
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>>17262135
ayy lmao first goatman now "dogman"?!?

this shit's getting ridiculous /x/
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>>17284416
Goatmen were confirmed to be Muslims fucking goats in the wild. Explains the copper smell.

Dogmen are a true mystic paranormal happening though.
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>>17284416
There are were-everything around the planet, Anon. Look for selkies/silkies on Google.
If you are straying away from cryptids as an explanation for this, don't forget, what you believe is what you see.
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>>17284416
Tales of Dogman-like creatures in NA have been around for decades. Get your head out of your ass.
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>>17284396
Because they're animals, not men that turn into beasts.
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>>17284440
Truth be told the so called savages were slightly advanced and only fled due to their time traveling abilities, look at whats happening now. Apparently people feel that they have superseded the ordained which was prophesied and I brought and alk they did was confuse themselves to the point where they tried to confused me by using the radiation of energy and information which was simply me and my allies pointing out the foolish to the mass public reason why I do not care for the spite for the petty bourgeoisie I have spoken to God in what you would all percieve to be me sleeping on this earth but I tell you this I am only here as long as you are concious of the fact that you think you see me here.
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>>17284499
Is u ok
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>>17270382
Eastern Canada here, don't spend a huge amount of time innawoods, never really had anything creepy happen. Besides shenanigans with grouse and mistaking a local dog for a coyote.
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>>17284396
some people do, I think they should. Hollywood just kind of ruined the stigma though. with the man turning into beast thing. These things are in beast mode 24/7

dogman sounds too friendly.
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>>17283145
he'll be fine
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>the most terrifying cryptid
What did he mean by this?
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What rifle caliber would I need to injure one of these in self-defense? .50 BMG? 20mm?
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That was rhe best!!! Thanks so mich. Just listened to -12, will try the others another t8me. So good
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>>17262135
so basically a werewolf?

they're called dogmen now?
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>>17287239
Except they aren't werewolves.
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>>17275222
It's a god damn raptor!
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>>17287239
The term dogman has been around since the late 80's. It's used to describe a werewolf-like creature that's been spotted all over the US, mostly in the north. It's not an actual werewolf.
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>>17286704
Pic related
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Eels
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i did dropped acid and put headphones on listening to binaural beats laying on a bed in a dark room. As the dose started to kick in i saw dogman and he has giant flappy ears. I got closer to him and he barked then i woke up
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>>17290827
Get off your phone and drink.
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>>17290849
I am drinking
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Heard some old guy on this show say he made silver buckshot. Anyone got a tutorial on how to make em? Im serious....
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>>17291222
>cut open a buckshot round
>use the buckshot to make a cast
>melt silver and cast it
>put the silver buckshot into the shell
>load into your shotgun and fire
Just look up a guide to reloading/custom loading shotgun shells.
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>>17291180
No you aren't. I'm watching you from the third booth.
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>>17291409
Say wut nigga
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How was the new show tonight? 81? Haven't heard it yet.
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>>17291222
Sounds really expensive...
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>>17284468
Just because there are tales doesnt mean its true retard. There are tales of vampires and fairies and ghosts too, and if you believe in that shit dont even bother replying.
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>>17292553
> on /x/
>doesn't believe in paranormal
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Interesting thread, guys. From the depths of the Brazilian jungle I would like to ask to my fellow Americans something. You know that due to pop culture people would tend to see werewolves on these apparitions. Why do you think they are seeing them as dogs, not wolves?
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I was going to keep the secret safe, but seeing how retarded you all are, I don't need to.
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