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A few days ago I got an interesting submission in my email. While I have many questions about what happened, I still find the report intriguing. I emailed back and forth with the person to get a little more information. I know many of you will probably find the story unbelievable but I wanted to share it to see if anyone else has had something similar happen.

Here is the report as told to me via email.

As some of you may know, I recently set up at the Crypto Con in Harlan Kentucky. During this event I was able to talk to a lot of people. I was able to talk to several witnesses who had sightings or found possible evidence. While some of the reports may not contain all the details, I think some of them have enough information to go ahead and document the event.

So, today I want to share a possible Dogman sighting that was reported to me during the event.

I'll be the first to admit that I do not know a great deal about Dogman. I have only had a few reports that relate to Dogman. The best I can recall I have only had one Dogman report submitted to me that was from my home state of Kentucky. But I have studied the phenomenon some, so that I would have some basic knowledge of the creature.

I have often wondered if reports where people say they saw a "werewolf" that they actually saw what is now referred to as Dogman.

Here is some basic information about Dogman and some links to find out more.

In episode 7 Eugene talks about the mysterious Land Between the Lakes (LBL). It is the home of numerous odd reports. The home of several stories about unexplained murders and tales of warnings about certain areas, forbidden areas, not to go into. The land itself has a questionable history which many tie to all the strangeness. Reports of unusual creatures inhabiting this area are abundant.

I will give you a fair warning, some of the stories told in this episode are very graphic.

Here is the episode

New Youtube Channel Alert! New Youtube Channel Alert!

Okay, now that I have your attention I want to alert you of a promising new Youtube channel named Weird Top 5s . The channel only has a couple of videos so far but I'm sure more are on the way.
This channel promises to bring you the strangest sightings, facts, and mysteries from around the world.

Now, I'm in no way associated with the channel but was alerted to it by a friend. They were wondering if I could promote it a little, so after viewing their first video I said I would post about it.

Now only that, I will now share their first video. It deals with some of the weirdness around Cannock Chase.  
Check it out and subscribe.


The above picture was posted on Reddit. It shows an odd looking figure in the frame. I do not know who to credit for the photograph or actually where this was taken. What I do know about it is that it was taken in a park during a full moon. Reportedly the person who took this picture was snapping off several pictures, and this figure showed up in one of them.

The figure appears to be rather small but with nothing for scale it is really hard to determine the overall height. The figure does appear to be bipedal and humanoid in appearance.

I will attempt to enhance the image to gather more details.


In the forest near Hull, England there are numerous reports of people seeing what some are calling a werewolf. It is said to stand a towering eight foot tall, covered in hair and has red glowing eyes. The term werewolf may be very off putting to some people. It may make them think of movies and fantasy tales. I think the more modern term, that a majority of people are using to describe these creatures, is Dogman.

Dogman is normally associated with bigfoot by many cryptid researchers. This may be a good assessment. But if you compare the two, Dogman and Bigfoot, Dogman seems to be the more aggressive and fits in with witness accounts from the Hull area.

Witnesses describe the beast as being fast, jumping tall fences, attacking and eating dogs, sometimes even running on all fours. The main sightings seem to be around the area known as Barmston Drain.


Okay, sometimes being in the cryptozoology field presents us with bizarre photographs and stories, like this next one.

The above picture is said to be from 1961 and it is said to be of a real werewolf standing under a street lamp. It also has a decent back story but I'm not sold on the picture being authentic.

First the story.

This man from Michigan who worked in a near by factory on the second shift, had returned home after work and was enjoying a cup of coffee while sitting on the porch. It was around 3am in the early morning. Reportedly the man saw something move near a near by gate. He goes into his house, gets his gun and goes out to see what it was. As he was standing there looking around he saw a strange hairy creature that would stand on 2 legs and then sometimes go down on all fours. The witness then returns to his house, somewhat frightened, and manages to get his camera and go back outside. This is reportedly when he was able to take the above photo of the creature.

That is the story in a nutshell. Some have speculated it was a dogman, others called it a werewolf.
But what about the picture, lets take a look at it and some enhancements.
Wolf or Werewolf
The above picture was reported taken in New York back in January of this year. The figure seems rather odd shaped and some say it is a werewolf, while others say it is some kind of new undiscovered wolf. If you notice it seems the back legs and feet have a more human appearance, than say, a dog or wolf.



I thought I would attempt to zoom in on the canine looking figure to see if we can gather any more details. But it seems the picture is just too low in quality to achieve much in the way of details. Some speculated that the figure could be a hoax and photoshopped. That may be the case but it is worth a look.


What do you think?


Next up is a crazy video of a reportedly unknown creature filmed in Portugal. Some say it is some type of alien, while others say it is some type of Bigfoot and some even said it was the legendary Chupacabra.
Here is the video.


Huh? What in the world is that thing?

Well, it is very slow moving and has arms that almost drag the ground. But many questions arise about this video. Notice how the color is really drab? Could there be a reason for this? Maybe.
This "unknown creature" reminds me of a video from several years ago. The one where an odd creature is seen in the background of a news report. That video was from Argentina.
Here is a still frame from that old video.


If anyone would like to view this video you can do so at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FkEuh7vMX4

The two creature do appears similar. The thing is that the Argentina creature was an admitted CGI animation and a hoax. The figure in the Portugal video looks very CGI to me. So, I would not be surprised if at some point the hoax is admitted or exposed.

Whelp, there you have a couple interesting things from the world wide web. I would be interested in hearing what others have to say about these. Are they at all believable to you? Do you think they are just hoaxes to get attention?
What do you think?


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~Tom~

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I know this will not be anything new for most of you but Dogman is an interesting topic and this could be useful for others. I have often wondered if what we now are calling "dogman" is really just what some call "werewolf" or are they a totally different species. Could they be related to bigfoot? Lots of questions.

The Michigan Dogman is a cryptozoological creature first reported in 1887 in Wexford County, Michigan. The creature is described as a seven-foot tall, blue-eyed, bipedal canine with the torso of a man and a fearsome howl that sounds like a human scream. According to legends, the Michigan Dogman appears in a ten-year cycle. Sightings have been reported in several locations throughout Michigan, primarily in the northwestern quadrant of the Lower Peninsula. In 1987, the legend of the Michigan Dogman gained popularity when a disc jockey at WTCM-FM recorded a song about the creature and its reported sightings.

This creature was unknown to most of the modern world until very late in the twentieth century. It is said to have been stalking the area around the Manistee River since the days when the Odawa tribes lived there.
In 1987 (100 years after the first reported sighting of the creature), disc jockey Steve Cook at WTCM-FM in Traverse City, Michigan recorded a song titled "The Legend", which he initially played as an April Fool's Day joke. He based the songs on actual reports of the creature.
I made it up completely from my own imagination as an April Fools' prank for the radio and stumbled my way to a legend that goes back all the way to Native American times.
— Steve Cook, Skeptoid.com, Wag the Dogman 
Cook maintains his skepticism about the possibility of a real dogman, he had this to say about the matter:
I'm tremendously skeptical, because I've sort of seen the way folklore becomes built from the creation of this song to what it's turned into ... but I do believe people who think they saw something really did see something. I also think the Dogman provides them with an avenue to explain what they couldn't explain for themselves.
— Steve Cook, Skeptoid.com, Wag the Dogman
Cook recorded the song with a keyboard backing and credited it to Bob Farley. After he played the song, Cook received calls from listeners who said that they had encountered a similar creature. In the next weeks after Cook first played the song, it was the most-requested song on the station. He also sold cassettes of the songs for four dollars, and donated proceeds from the single to an animal shelter. Over the years, Cook has received more than 100 reports of the creature's existence. In March 2010, the creature was featured in an episode of MonsterQuest.
Cook later added verses to the song in 1997 after hearing a report of an animal break-in by an unknown canine at a cabin in Luther, Michigan. He re-recorded it again in 2007, with a mandolin backing.

The first known encounter of the Michigan Dogman occurred in 1887 in Wexford County, when two lumberjacks saw a creature which they described as having a man's body and a dog's head. It has also been spotted many times in the Upper Peninsula by locals. Horses that had died of fright were found nearby, surrounded by dog tracks.
In 1938 in Paris, Michigan, Robert Fortney was attacked by five wild dogs and said that one of the five walked on two legs. Reports of similar creatures also came from Allegan County in the 1950s, and in Manistee and Cross Village in 1967.
Linda S. Godfrey, in her book The Beast of Bray Road, compares the Manistee sightings to a similar creature sighted in Wisconsin known as the Beast of Bray Road.


In 2007, a digital copy of an 8mm film surfaced on the internet. Dubbed "The Gable Film" because of a small paper tag attached to the box containing the film reel, it quickly attained viral status among cryptozoological enthusiasts. Many people believed it was the long-awaited conclusive evidence of the existence of the Michigan dogman. The entire film is 3.5 minutes long, and appears to have been shot in the mid to late 1960s, due to the clothing and hair styles by the persons in the film, which were most prominent during that time. Early scenes are typical home movie fare: children riding snowmobiles, a German shepherd, a person chopping wood, etc. Toward the end of the film, the photographer is shooting from inside a moving vehicle traveling along a dirt road, when he spots what appears to be a gorilla-like animal moving in a field on the passenger side of the vehicle. The photographer exits the vehicle and seems to pursue the creature for several seconds. Then it appears again, facing the photographer from a ridge about 150 feet away. After a few seconds the creature charges. Rapid movement of the camera suggests the photographer is fleeing the attack. In the last five seconds of the film, the camera drops to the ground, lying on its left side.

Here is part one of The Gable Film



A second film titled "The Gable Film Part 2" surfaced later on which seemingly shows a police investigation of the incident recorded in the first reel during which the officers investigating the scene examine a bifurcated corpse (presumably the body of the person recording the previous reel).
Here is part 2 of The Gable Film


After years of analysis and debate, the film was finally revealed as a hoax in the finale episode of MonsterQuest on March 24, 2010. The Gable Film had been shot using vintage cameras, film, and period props by Mike Agrusa, a fan of "The Legend," song. The second video was likewise hoaxed. MonsterQuest claimed their investigative team uncovered irregularities in the film, and then forced the hoaxers to confess to werewolf expert Linda Godfrey. However the Hoaxers say that they told MonsterQuest from the beginning that the film was a fake and they fabricated the "investigation" to make a more interesting episode.

While I know the general consensus is that the Gable films where nothing but a hoax, that still does not explain the history or legend of Dogman or the more recent sightings. I know of some credible people who have reported seeing Dogman.

Just for some fun, here is an enhancement of the "creature" in the Gable film.


The Gable Creature - Enhancement by CryptoTV

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Okay, by now you are probably aware that I'm enjoying the return of the super awesome show The X-files. The current season (10) is rapidly coming to an end. But luckily for me, I missed almost all of the past seasons, mostly due to my work schedule at the time. Thanks to Netflix, I can now watch all of the past seasons of X-files.

So, I have started watching from season 1 and along the way there has been a couple episodes that I thought would be appealing to our Bigfoot/Dogman audience. All the episodes have been great but these two I want to talk about should be appealing to our Bigfoot folks.  So here we go.

The X-file Season 1 episode 5

This episode is titled "The Jersey Devil"  and the plotline is as follows:

"Mulder and Scully track a legendary creature that has roamed the New Jersey countryside for over 40 years."

But once you watch it, it's not really the Jersey Devil as we know it. Oh, the show does touch on the origins and legend of the Jersey Devil but during the episode it not the Jersey Devil. So, what is it you ask? It is more along the lines of feral humans, or what we call wild men. Once you watch it you should be able to related it somewhat to Sasquatch. How they hide, how they may forge for food in populated areas, how fast they are and how silent they can be. Definitely worth a watch.

The X-files Season 1 Episode 19

The title to this episode is "Shapes" and it should appeal to the Dogman/Werewolf/Shapeshifter crowd. I very much enjoyed this episode.
Here is the plotline:

"A creature, possibly from Native American lore, is suspected of killing a man, bringing Mulder and Scully to the Indian reservation where the attack occurred in order to uncover its identity."

There is a couple scenes where you see this creature running and it looks very much like a Bigfoot/Dogman. Then you throw in the shapeshiting element and it become more entertaining. I still wonder if "Dogman" is just the new term we are using for "werewolf".


So, there's you two very good episodes of the X-files from season one. If you have not watched them, I suggest you do. You can find them currently on Netfilx. It's a good way to kill a couple hours.


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On the next episode of the X-files, it deals with what is apparently a werewolf. The history of werewolves dates back to the 15-16 century or more. But what is interesting is that sightings and reports have continued in our modern times. I want to post more about this but first lets take a look at this upcoming episode of X-files

Here is the trailer.



A werewolf, also known as a lycanthrope is the ability of a human to shapeshift into wolf or a hybrid wolf like creature. According to the legend of Werewolves, it is thought that a curse was put on someone that made them turn into a werewolf. It was also thought that if you were bitten or scratched by a werewolf, you would also be under the curse and change into a werewolf. Kind of like if you are bitten by a zombie you will become a zombie type of thing.


The term lycanthropy, referring both to the ability to transform oneself into a wolf and to the act of so doing, comes from Ancient Greek.

The concept of the werewolf in Western and Northern Europe is strongly influenced by the role of the wolf in Germanic paganism.

In the Latin work of prose, the Satyricon, written about 60 C.E. by Gaius Petronius Arbiter, one of the characters, Niceros, tells a story at a banquet about a friend who turned into a wolf (chs. 61-62). He describes the incident as follows, "When I look for my buddy I see he'd stripped and piled his clothes by the roadside... He pees in a circle round his clothes and then, just like that, turns into a wolf!... after he turned into a wolf he started howling and then ran off into the woods."

There have been numerous reports of werewolf attacks – and consequent court trials – in 16th century France. In some of the cases there was clear evidence against the accused of murder and cannibalism, but none of association with wolves; in other cases people have been terrified by such creatures, such as that of Gilles Garnier in Dole in 1573, there was clear evidence against some wolf but none against the accused.

Until the 20th century, wolf attacks on humans were an occasional, but still widespread feature of life in Europe. Some scholars have suggested that it was inevitable that wolves, being the most feared predators in Europe, were projected into the folklore of evil shapeshifters.

Some modern researchers have tried to explain the reports of werewolf behaviour with recognised medical conditions. Dr Lee Illis of Guy's Hospital in London wrote a paper in 1963 entitled On Porphyria and the Aetiology of Werewolves, in which he argues that historical accounts on werewolves could have in fact been referring to victims of congenital porphyria, stating how the symptoms of photosensitivity, reddish teeth and psychosis could have been grounds for accusing a sufferer of being a werewolf.

This is however argued against by Woodward, who points out how mythological werewolves were almost invariably portrayed as resembling true wolves, and that their human forms were rarely physically conspicuous as porphyria victims. Others have pointed out the possibility of historical werewolves having been sufferers of hypertrichosis, a hereditary condition manifesting itself in excessive hair growth. However, Woodward dismissed the possibility, as the rarity of the disease ruled it out from happening on a large scale, as werewolf cases were in medieval Europe.

People suffering from Down syndrome have been suggested by some scholars to have been possible originators of werewolf myths. Woodward suggested rabies as the origin of werewolf beliefs, claiming remarkable similarities between the symptoms of that disease and some of the legends. Woodward focused on the idea that being bitten by a werewolf could result in the victim turning into one, which suggested the idea of a transmittable disease like rabies. 

However, the idea that lycanthropy could be transmitted in this way is not part of the original myths and legends and only appears in relatively recent beliefs. Lycanthropy can also be met with as the main content of a delusion, for example, the case of a woman has been reported who during episodes of acute psychosis complained of becoming four different species of animals

Characteristics

The beliefs classed together under lycanthropy are far from uniform, and the term is somewhat capriciously applied. The transformation may be temporary or permanent; the were-animal may be the man himself metamorphosed; may be his double whose activity leaves the real man to all appearance unchanged; may be his soul, which goes forth seeking whom it may devour, leaving its body in a state of trance; or it may be no more than the messenger of the human being, a real animal or a familiar spirit, whose intimate connection with its owner is shown by the fact that any injury to it is believed, by a phenomenon known as repercussion, to cause a corresponding injury to the human being.

There were/is many ways that one may become a werewolf. How to achieve this varies depending on where you are at. One of the simplest being the removal of clothing and putting on a belt made of wolfskin. Drinking rainwater out of the footprint of the animal in question or from certain enchanted streams were also considered effectual modes of accomplishing metamorphosis.In Italy, France and Germany, it was said that a man or woman could turn into a werewolf if he or she, on a certain Wednesday or Friday, slept outside on a summer night with the full moon shining directly on his or her face. In other cases, the transformation was supposedly accomplished by Satanic allegiance for the most loathsome ends, often for the sake of sating a craving for human flesh.

So, as you see the idea and history of the werewolf is a long and varied legend. Now, in our day and age, we don't get very many reports of werewolves. But we do get a growing number of Dogman reports and it makes me wonder if these Dogmen are the Werewolves of days gone by.  There is a common perception that dogman are more aggressive than bigfoot. This seems to fall in line with the history of werewolves. So, maybe there is a connection.


(source wikipedia )

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Beast of Bray Road

Beast of Bray Road - The Beast of Bray Road (or the Bray Road Beast) is a cryptid, or cryptozoological, creature first reported in the 1949 on a rural road outside of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. The same label has been applied well beyond the initial location, to any unknown creature from southern Wisconsin or northern Illinois and all the way to Vancouver Island, Canada, that is described as having similar characteristics to those reported in the initial set of sightings.

Bray Road itself is a quiet country road near the community of Elkhorn. The rash of claimed sightings in the late 1980s and early 1990s prompted a local newspaper, the Walworth County Week, to assign reporter Linda Godfrey to cover the story. Godfrey initially was skeptical, but later became convinced of the sincerity of the witnesses. Her series of articles later became a book titled The Beast of Bray Road: Trailing Wisconsin's Werewolf .
The Beast of Bray Road is described by purported witnesses in several ways: as a bear-like creature, as a hairy biped resembling Bigfoot, and as an unusually large (2–4 feet tall on all fours, 7 feet tall standing up) intelligent wolf-like creature apt to walk on its hind legs and weighing 400-700 pounds. It also said that its fur is a brown gray color resembling a dog or bear.

is this a dead werewolf
Dead Werewolf?


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Dead Werewolf ?
 
We recently ran a story about a Werewolf causing a curfew (Found Here), well, today I ran across another Werewolf story. The above picture is from town of Palmeira dos Indios, it was taken back in June of 2013, according to the report.

As the story goes, this Werewolf looking thing was found dead and partly decomposed by an unnamed person. The carcass reportedly laid there for 3 days and then disappeared and no one knows where it went or who took it. Could it have been taken by some government agency or by some individual?

According to the report, the people in the town are somewhat split with some thinking it is for sure real and others thinking it is just a hoax.

I thought I'd take a little time and see if I could make the photo better.

Here is a cleaned up version of the original picture
Clean up version of dead Werewolf
Cleaned up
Here is some close ups
Head

Legs

The meat on the back legs looks really natural but the face and hand/paw seems kind of odd.
In the end I guess we don't really know what it is, but it's a good way to start a Monday.

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Werewolf causing panic
Werewolf?


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Werewolf in Brazil?
This report comes out of Brazil. It seems a man, known as Pingo, had a close encounter with what he described as a werewolf. Pingo described it as a black monster standing about 5 foot tall. Pingo at first became the target of jokes around the town, until others told about hearing and seeing something strange.

The incident is being taken seriously and the city of Sao Goncalo dos Campos, in the Metropolitan Region of Feira de Santana how issued a curfew of 9pm for the city. The curfew was enacted about 2 weeks ago. This is being covered by major newspapers in the region.

A local resident of the area released a home security video of the possible werewolf. What do you make of it? Hoax or misidentification?


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!! Strange Creature seen on Hwy. 119 in bell county !!

I first heard of this a few months ( couple of years ago now) back and have researched it on and off for the last few months. The following is from a forum and most of the posters do not use their real names.


Actual location where the creature was seen


Strange Creature seen on 119


Hawk - This morning about 10:00 I was going up 119 a little outside calloway was heading toward Harlan when I looked to my right in a field of the road were some cow's were grazeing a I saw something that I cant explaine, it was running across the field extreamily fast, it was gray in color and was running on two legs like a man but low to the ground and it had a head like a man and large body and moved very fast. I got a good look at it and I'm 49 years old and I have never seen anything like it, has anyone else seen this thing or anything else strange like i described? I'm really interested in finding out what the heck this was..



Dog-Like Bigfoot Or Something Else?
The Werewolves Of Wisconsin 

By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher 

Dogman.Bigfoot or Something else
 

            Is Wisconsin a hotbed for werewolf sightings? Or maybe dog-like bigfoot? When several witnesses describe similar creatures seen in the same area, one has to wonder.  A review of some historic “werewolf’ sightings in that state give some frightening details.

            In 1936, Mark Shcackelman was driving one evening in southeastern Wisconsin when he saw a figure digging in an Indian mound. He claims to have seen a creature covered in hair, and well over six feet tall with both dog-like and ape-like features. He described it as having pointed, erect ears. But he gave an interesting detail: He said the creatures hands had shriveled thumbs and forefingers along with three fully formed fingers.

            Schackelman returned to the area the next evening only to see the creature again. He said it was was making “neo-human” sounds described as three syllable growling. Little did he know that there would be reports of similar creatures in other parts of the state in later years.

            In an evening in 1991, also in southeastern Wisconsin, an unnamed woman felt a bump in the road like she’d hit something large. She stopped her car and got out to check the damages and looked off into the distance only to see a dark, hairy creature with a muscular chest running towards her. In a panic, she got back into her car and tried to get away when she claims the creature jumped onto her trunk. As she sped away, the creature finally fell off as she said the trunk was too wet for the creature to keep a grip. She returned to the scene later with a friend only to see a large, dark form rising from the side of the road.

            In 1989, Lorianne Endrizzi was driving just a half mile from the scene of the above encounter when she thought she saw someone kneeling on his haunches on the side of the road. She slowed down to get a better look and the creature stared back at her from no more than six feet across the width of her car. It had grayish-brown hair, fangs, and pointed ears.

            “His face was long and had a snout like a wolf,” she told a local reporter. 'The arms were really a kind of strange; jointed like a man or woman would be," she explained. "He was holding his hands with his palms upward. The arms were muscular 'like a man who had worked out a little bit." She went on to describe a creature with red-glowing eyes with its back legs behind it like it was kneeling. She had no idea what the creature might be until she later saw a werewolf in a book in the local library.  The sighting only lasted maybe 45 seconds. 

            Near this same time in the same area, Scott Bray, a local dairy farmer claimed to have seen a “strange-looking dog” beside his pasture. He said it was much larger than a German Shepherd, had a hairy tail, and pointed ears, with grayish-black wiry hair. He said the creature had a massive, strong-looking chest. He claimed he found enormous footprints in the dirt near the area which were four to five inches in diameter.

            Whatever these creatures were described by these witnesses, it certainly points to the idea that “werewolves” may have roamed the areas of southern Wisconsin for many years.******DF
  
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Werewolf Sighting?
By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher
Is this a Werewolf? Bigfoot? or what?
 
            This picture was taken by a subject known only as Zartha. This person was strolling in a local park (location unknown) when he/she saw this at the end of the long, dark sidewalk. Could it be a real werewolf captured on film? Bigfoot? Mothman?  Or something else? The person reported there were no lights and the end of this walkway. So what is this? I don’t know, but it’s fun to think about. You make the call.

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This makes me wonder if maybe it was a bigfoot,but there have been other reports of werewolves. Where I live there has been reports of a werewolf type creature seen in a cow pasture along hwy 119,these sighting have been reported for many years now.It makes one wonder.



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