A bizarre 6ft tall creature described as a "human-deer" is roaming Grimsby, according to people who claim they've witnessed it.
Lee Solway, host of the Realm of the Supernatural podcast , told Daily Star Online there have been five or six sightings of the creature in the Lincolnshire region in the last 40 years.
Every witness describes it the same way.
They claim it is a half-man, half-deer with antlers that mostly walks on two legs.
It reportedly has brown fur, a mane, is the same height as a tall human man and, most disturbingly of all, has glowing red eyes.
Solway says it sounds like a púca, a figure in Celtic folklore that can change its shape.
It often presents itself as a horse, goat, cat, dog or hare, but can also take a human form that has certain animalistic features such as ears or a tail.
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Welsh mythology features a similar creature called a pwca, and in Cornish mythology it's called the Bucca. The pouque are said to be fairies living near ancient stones in the Channel Islands.
Solway says the creature was once sighted by a schoolboy bunking off for the day.
"He saw a creature step out of the cornfield, looked at him and then bolted, bounding like a kangaroo."
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Despite being a native Grimbarian, Solway hasn't spotted the púca himself but believes there's definitely "something going on" in the area.
A keen Bigfoot expert , his first experience with the paranormal came as a child when he encountered what he believes was a fairy posing as a little boy in the cupboard under the stairs at his family home.
He has also seen a "shadow man" while he was babysitting, which he says tried to push his friend down the stairs.
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