The Rabbit Snatcher – Strange Hairy Creature in The Mojave Desert!

Although his name might sound like something cute and cuddly, this monstrosity was anything but! An old man living alone on the edge of the desert in a remote cabin finds raising rabbits is not without its, interesting aspects…

What comes calling in the night to steal his rabbits? And what happened after he decided to buy a shotgun and attempt to deal with it himself?

Join Author M.L. Behrman for a strange tale of a hairy thief in the night who might just be someone, or something, we have encountered before….

And just WHAT did the old man’s trail cam get a picture of?

A delicious bit of desert mystery from the great Mojave!

The Desert Apeman Seen Again

Many people have claimed a sighting, yet other than a few photographs of large unidentified footprints, not much has been seen lately from the giant hairy hominid said to inhabit the more remote portions of the vast Mojave Desert.

That is unless you talk to some of the rock climbing guides that work the boulders and peaks of Joshua Tree National Park. Reports have reached us that recently two climbers saw the large beast while prepping for a climb in the Wonderland of Rocks section of the park, an area already known for previous sightings. There is also a long history of Native American lore about the “giant hairy man” said to dwell deep within the boulder strewn wilderness, along with several pieces of original rock art reputed to show his shaggy form and figure.

The “Yucca Man” as he is known locally, is also said to be endowed with the power to read minds and “throw his voice” so that anyone pursuing him will become lost or disoriented. A talent that no doubt has allowed him (or her) to remain undiscovered in such a rapidly narrowing and technologically advanced world.

In my book, Mojave Mysteries, I cover several people’s personal accounts of encountering the beast throughout the Mojave from Joshua Tree to the end of Death Valley. If you would like to read more and in depth about the desert apeman, I invite you to grab a copy. What lives (and lurks) in the great desert might just surprise you!