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The seaford beast is the center of a popular urban legend in Yorktown Va. Seaford, a large suburban area in York county which is mostly low lying marshland with neighborhoods in between is reportedly where the beast lives. It has been described as the size of a large dog but with many features that cannot be attributed to any domestic animal. It hunts small animals and children but has rarely been known to prowl neighborhoods in the open. A strictly nocturnal creature it is always seen at night either in or near woods. The real identity of the beast is most likely a large feral dog or bobcat, but a positive identification has yet to be made.
Josh- hey man, you wouldnt believe what happened last night!

jim- what?

Josh- me and frank were walking through some woods in seaford last night and got chased by the SEAFORD BEAST!

jim- Holy Crap, your lucky to be alive, next time you do that kinda thing, i would bring a 12 gauge or something, and even that is no sure protection against THE BEAST.
by the seaford beast hunter June 24, 2008

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The seaford beast is the center of a popular urban legend in Yorktown Va. Seaford, a large suburban area in York county which is mostly low lying marshland with neighborhoods in between is reportedly where the beast lives. It has been described as the size of a large dog but with many features that cannot be attributed to any domestic animal. It hunts small animals and children but has rarely been known to prowl neighborhoods in the open. A strictly nocturnal creature it is always seen at night either in or near woods. The real identity of the beast is most likely a large feral dog or bobcat, but a positive identification has yet to be made.
Josh- hey man, you wouldnt believe what happened last night!

jim- what?

Josh- me and frank were walking through some woods in seaford last night and got chased by the SEAFORD BEAST!

jim- Holy Crap, your lucky to be alive, next time you do that kinda thing, i would bring a 12 gauge or something, and even that is no sure protection against THE BEAST.
by the seaford beast hunter June 25, 2008