Deep in the swamps of the southern states of America there exists a mythical beast that is responsible for the death of nearly fifty people in the last 100 years. He is known as the Bogman.
October 1921. A swamp explorer named Bo Johnson walks through the thick and muggy swampland of Louisiana. Through the trees he slops, trying to fight off the swarms of mosquitoes. As Bo is preoccupied with the mosquitos he does not realize that he is moving ever so close to the deep swamp where the Bogman lurks. Finally he takes one too many steps and his foot sinks into the deep sludge. Temporarily he panicks, worried that he may be stuck. Little does he know that only a few feet away the Bogman swims underneath the water ready to attack. At the last second Bo sees the head of the scaled and goggle eyed beast as it bursts out of the water with its massive jaw and sharp teeth. Bo screams as the Bogman locks onto his arm. The Bogman attempts to pull Bo underneath the water but his jaw's gripping strength is so strong that it tears off Bo's arm. But lucky for Bo that his arm did get ripped off because it saved his life and he managed to escape from the Bogman waters and make it to safety.
To this day Bo Johnson remains the only person that lived to tell of his account with the Bogman. Bo was able to give a description of the creature to the authorities and a composite artist rendered a sketch of the Bogman who was part human and part reptile.
Since that cool night in 1921 there have been other sightings of the Bogman, but these were always from a distance and usually at night and for those that wanted to get a closer look at the Bogman they never lived to tell what they saw.
Many theories have been proposed to what the Bogman actually is. Some believe that the creature is actually a species that stepped out of the human evolution chain and somehow had become mutated with a face and a body that was half man and half reptile. Others believe that is was a alligator of some sort with a face that resembled a human. But many argue that the bite marks of the Bogman's victims are inconsistent with those of an alligator. If this is true and it isn't an alligator, then one must have to believe that it is an unknown species that protects its environment in an aggressive manner.
Further investigation into the attacks revealed that Bogman likely moves by stealth through the night as he has been seen in Florida as well as Mississippi. Despite decades of research the Bogman remains elusive to scientists and only appears on his agenda with grim reminders that man is treading on his territory.