MONSTERS OF KENT is a blog devoted to all manner of sinister creatures, apparitions, bogeymen and folkloric monsters that have prowled, haunted and roamed the lanes, fields and waterways of what is known in the United Kingdom as the 'Garden of England'.
This site is a unique eerie chronicle of all that has gone before, and is still taking place in this strange county.
Enjoy the dark corners of this rural abode.
Police in the Downs Road area of Canterbury had to shut off several roads, causing traffic congestion, after two dogs were said to have attacked and killed a handful of sheep. KENT ON SUNDAY ran the story HERE
Website Cycling4x4 gives a brief mention to this website, and asks whether there's a possibility that anyone travelling through the Kent wilds may in fact come across a strange creature such as an exotic cat.
KENT ONLINE have reported that in the Ulcombe area, more than 40 sheep, and an ostrich have been killed since November 2008, by an unknown predator although police, who have mounted nightly vigils, believe dogs are responsible.
KENT ONLINE interviews Neil Arnold and takes a look back at 2008 regarding his 'big cat' research, highlighting hot-spot areas where animals such as black leopards and puma have been sighted, with Thanet, Sheppey and Maidstone featuring heavily.