These Massive Terrifying Creatures Could be Hiding in TX Beaches
An unimaginable, terrifying creature mysteriously popped up dead on a Texas popular beach.
POPULAR TEXAS BEACH DISCOVERY
Galveston Bay is a high-traffic, popular area where many Texans gather for a fun day out. Port Bolivar Beach is a section of Galveston Bay that Suzanne Choate Arceneaux frequently visits. Like many other beachgoers, Suzanne has come across many types of animals while exploring the area.
UNIMAGINABLE CREATURES WASHED UP
However, this month, Suzanne stumbled upon something terrifying. Recently, a storm passed through the area. It is not unusual to find creatures washed up on the land after bad weather. Although, what Suzanne came across was something unimaginable.
TERRIFYING MASSIVE CREATURE
Washed up on this typical Texas beach was a massive slender creature with terrifying sharp teeth protruding out of its mouth.
"I have never seen anything like this before," Suzanne confessed.
The photos of this frightening creature captured it dead, laying on the sand with its mouth gaping open. The mysterious creature was pale in color, slender but thick; it had a ting fin and short sharp teeth.
TRYING TO IDENTIFY THE MYSTERIOUS CREATURE
Suzanne posted a photo online asking if anyone could identify what the abnormal-looking dead animal could be. The post took off as people began commenting about how terrifying the creature looked.
"It's the sandworm from Beetlejuice," one person commented.
"That's a hell naw fish if I ever seen one," another wrote.
Others joked about the odd appearance, "I think I seen one years ago...I think it was in Tremors, was Kevin Bacon on the powerline pole around there?"
WASHED-UP SNAPPER EELS
Although the Beetlejuice-looking creature seemed surreal, it has been speculated to be a snapper eel. Smithsonian Research Institute describes these eels as, "creatures that can grow up to 6 feet long. They are carnivores and typically feed on shrimp, crab, and boney fish."
Either way, this creature will be the main reason I will not be partaking in beach festivities this summer.