Magnolia State monsters
William North found a corner of his hunting club's land, in Mississippi hill country, that no one had touched in about six years. It was an area near a lake, rich with persimmon trees, near an overgrown, untended food plot. When he scouted it, he found no boot tracks, no four-wheeler tracks — but deer tracks in abundance.
He set up in a tree, clouded himself in "enough mosquito spray to drown Godzilla," and in dim light noticed a flash of white. At first, he thought it was a bird. ...
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