Crazy Caveman of London's tunnels

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Post by Cryptid Luke on 23rd July 2008, 10:48 am

The events began in the 1940's with a series of late-night phone calls to the hospital from the Lord Lieutenant of the County, from the then-Earl of Devon, and from elements of the Devonshire Police Force, all secretly informing senior personnel at the hospital that a highly dangerous patient was to be brought to the hospital within the hour, and would require specialist care in an isolated, locked room.
Around 45 minutes later, a police vehicle arrived at the hospital, reversing with a screech up to a side door. Several police officers tumbled out of the back door of the vehicle while trying to hang onto what the doctor said resembled a dirt-encrusted and hair-covered caveman.
The creature was reportedly around six feet in height and completely naked. It had a heavy brow, wide nose, and very muscular arms and legs. For three days, the man-beast was securely held at the hospital, Downes was advised, before it was transferred to an unspecified location far below the London Underground. Its fate remains unknown.

In some respects, this story eerily parallels that of a man named Colin Campbell, who maintains that while traveling home on the Underground in the mid-1960s, he had a nightmarish encounter with a very similar beast.
It was late at night and Campbell was the only person to get off the train at its scheduled stop on the Northern Line. As the train pulled away from the deserted platform and Campbell made his way towards the exit, he claims to have heard a funny growl coming from behind him
Campbell quickly spun around and was shocked to see a large, hairy, ape-like animal lumbering across the platform towards the track. Most bizarre of all, the beast was seemingly spectral in nature, rather than flesh and blood.
Campbell says “it was like it was embedded in the concrete… About three-quarters of its body was above the platform, but its legs were in it, and it was walking right through it, like a ghost.”
As Campbell stood in awe, too shocked to move, the beast continued to walk through the concrete, right onto the tracks, and then straight through the wall directly behind the tunnel.

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Post by HauntedHRM on 24th July 2008, 1:17 am

Wow, thats a very interesting story. So do you believe there is a connection between the two incidents? or are they maybe somewhat related?
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Post by Cryptid Luke on 24th July 2008, 10:25 am

First story makes sense...Police pull a hairy homeless guy who kind of resembles a caveman out of the London Tunnels.
Second starts to sound believable...Guys sees a caveman like creature in the London Tunnels......but then he just walks through the wall. Cmon that doesnt happen

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Post by Zic on 24th July 2008, 3:15 pm

Yeah i have to agree walking through walls are for the aliens lol... but it does make a good backdrop for a movie. Or was there one already .....

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Post by HauntedHRM on 24th July 2008, 3:22 pm

Hmm sounds like a movie scene doesnt it!!
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