The Mysterious St. Simon’s Island Carcass: Spectral Wolfpack Paranormal

Spectral Wolfpack Paranormal discusses the carcass that washed ashore on St. Simon’s Island off the coast of Georgia first reported by NEWS4JAX.com on March 16, 2018.

Updated video (3/19/2018)


Raw video of the carcass:


The Singular Fortean Society has also done an excellent article on the creature. The article below includes a link to the raw video of the beached carcass.


Update from Spectral Wolfpack Paranormal 3/20/2018:



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