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Creature in my back yard
Image credit: © demonmonkey

Uploader comment: This was taken by a camera that i had installed in my back yard. I had it installed because we had racoons going into our trash cans and this is what we caught


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Comment icon #10 Posted by kirumi on 1 May, 2009, 9:52
This looks like two kids in Halloween costumes.
Comment icon #9 Posted by stonewallbk on 1 June, 2009, 3:34
Okay,what the hell is that. If I look at it closely, it looks like a guy holding himself up with something, while wearing a dinosaur mask (that has hair)
Comment icon #8 Posted by Gallimaufry on 2 June, 2009, 23:07
It's a garden statue leaned against something. But you know that.
Comment icon #7 Posted by weremon13 on 10 March, 2010, 7:03
Aha, so you caught your garden gnome having his way with the sprinkler... Cool. Better keep an eye on those two.
Comment icon #6 Posted by fdp4325 on 22 April, 2010, 3:03
This appears to be a Fake.
Comment icon #5 Posted by crismajor on 26 April, 2010, 1:22
photoshop! you sure you were looking for raccoons? Not to make sure your girlfriend who thinks your too clingy wasn't cheating on you by leaving in the middle of the night? is that her car? (or vice-versa, if your a chick) Oh, and if you really were looking for raccoons, 1. what would getting a picture of 'em accomplish? 2. even if there is a point to getting pictures, i dont see no goddamn trash-cans. P.S. God i love shooting down bull s**t like this.
Comment icon #4 Posted by zombie-_- on 17 July, 2010, 4:33
wtf is it? looks like some random stuf put together. is it the trash can? maybe trash can w/stuff coming out? looks like u missd the racoon./ :~(
Comment icon #3 Posted by zombie-_- on 17 July, 2010, 4:33
they prob make remote controlld cars like that
Comment icon #2 Posted by pumpkinking39 on 27 November, 2010, 10:45
look at the legs it looks a bit cartoonish
Comment icon #1 Posted by notalis on 11 December, 2010, 16:12
I've seen this before!!! It's a demon monkey. :-|

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