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Loveland Frog

The Loveland Frog (or Loveland Lizard) has been seen since 1955 in Ohio, Loveland. Onlookers described it as a four-foot tall humanoid with a frog-like face and skin. It walked on its hind legs before diving into rivers to avoid observation. The Shawnee Indians (who previously inhabited the Loveland area), claim to have encountered a similar creature during hunting trips. They call it the 'Shawnahooc' or 'demon of the river'. What could it be?


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Lesionia Loveland frog? 2 Aug 29 2014, 6:11 PM EDT by GoblinGrim
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seems to be a type of lizardman to me. maybe a shawnee story on this page will help the info and a comparison of the loveland frog versus lizard man?
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Anonymous green kappa 0 Aug 7 2013, 12:48 AM EDT by Anonymous
 
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green kappa seen most in japan has been known to have a shell on its back and on its head,reports of children going missing and same pictures shown.
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Anonymous Re:Get real! 0 Dec 29 2012, 7:24 PM EST by Anonymous
 
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well people draw pics of what they think it looked like when the encountered the creature
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