When it's not typically frozen by a nor'easter, some people swear they've seen a large serpent-like creature popping its head above water. A photo posted by Sara Beth Davis sarabdavis on Jan 3, at 5: Top Places in Louisville Louisville, Kentucky. Remove the custom ad blocker rule s and the page will load as expected. Retrieved September 20, Still, it's appearance is far less
I grew up on North Pope Lick Rd. Wisconsin paranormal researcher J. Some versions of the legend insist the monster waits for a train to approach—then from beneath the trestle—holds its charmed victim down until the train runs them over. The legends have turned the area into a site for legend tripping. The trestle is feet from end-to-end.
Archived from the original on September 20, These young men were mostly killed at night correct. Other stories claim the monster jumps down from the trestle onto the roofs of cars passing beneath it. Then I kicked HER ass.
Some of these residents should be considered armed and dangerous and might not take kindly to anything or anyone lurking about the area after dark. There are different versions of how the creature escaped, each one just as horrifying as the last. As per witnesses, it is with this axe that the demon attacks and slays his victims after luring the trespassers either by means of hypnosis or by voice mimicry. An Ohio woman was looking for the mythical creature — half man, half goat — with her boyfriend Saturday from atop the Pope Lick railroad trestle outside of Louisville when she was hit by a train and plunged at least 80 feet to her death. This goat-like humanoid reportedly lives beneath a railroad tressle and lures hapless individuals to their deaths by fast-moving trains. During October, visit the haunt and discover it for yourself at the Legend at Pope Lick. Added by Nicholas Jackson.