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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > Nov Dec 2016 > Woman Dies Searching for Monster

Woman Dies Searching for Monster

A young woman was killed in April 2016 outside of Louisville, Kentucky, when she and her boyfriend were walking along elevated train tracks in search of a legendary monster reputed to dwell there. The couple—both from Ohio—were searching for a beast called the Pope Lick monster. Roquel Bain, twenty-six, and her boyfriend were on the tracks when a train arrived; the conductor saw them, sounded the horn, and applied the brakes, but it was too late. The man survived by dangling off the bridge, but the woman was hit and dragged, soon dying at the scene.

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