Thursday, November 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving, La Carcagne

Not many people are aware that the American holiday called Thanksgiving is often marked by the mysterious appearance of an elusive cryptozoological beast known only as "La Carcagne."  For at least the past fifty years, usually near the end of November, this gigantic winged creature has been sighted in the skies above North America (particularly where Canada borders the United States).  Dozens of witnesses over the years have insisted that this legendary monster is "as big as a battleship."  In French Canadian folklore, its appearance is believed to be a harbinger of imminent death.  The first authentic photograph of this enigmatic being was taken by an American named Fred F. Sears in June of 1957.  Since this photograph had been seldom seen outside rare archives stored within hermetically sealed vaults located thousands of feet beneath Langley, Virginia, I have decided to reproduce the photograph here for your illumination:

We here at wish "La Carcagne" a very happy Thanksgiving, indeed....

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