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The Amou is a creature from American folklore that has the ability to alter sound. Putting it in scientific terms the Amou can alter frequencies and amplitude of open sound waves. There are no pictures of it but the Amou can be described as a humanoid like creature that has a large gaping mouth the size of a bowling ball which contains teeth that are about french fry sized and point towards the middle of its mouth. Its flesh is torn and filled with many holes that reek of death. It has long arms with hard claws that rip and tear flesh. The Amou is generally an non aggressive creature however provoking one is a death sentence. The Amou uses its ability to alter sound to paralyze its victim altering the frequencies around the victim to vibrate it to the point of paralysis and then goes on to eat its victim alive. The most horrible part is the victim isn't able to fight back against the Amou.

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Anonymous Hmm 1 Jul 8 2013, 9:29 AM EDT by myawesomeyo
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I didn't actually think America had any valid folklore, considering how young a country it is any the people's growing scepticism with time, thus lowering the use of folklore.
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Anonymous damn! 0 May 26 2011, 6:48 PM EDT by Anonymous
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wow, this is epic, i wish i saw one. Where are they found?? America?
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