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The Jersey Devil is real. It is out there. The public needs to know the truth.

Earlier this week, a man snapped a photo of the elusive Jersey Devil, a creature that has haunted the New Jersey Pinelands for 200 years.

People said it was fake. It couldn't be real, they said. Until now.

The video above is all the proof you could ever need. Let's take a closer look.

Spooky! And the Internet seems to believe in this creature as well...

So that settles it! Carry on, Jersey. Just watch your back.

Discovery of the Day: Man Snaps Photo of Totally Real 'Jersey Devil'
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This photo is definitely real.

Don't even entertain the thought that someone put fake wings on a goat and threw it in the air to take this picture. That's crazy. That definitely did not happen.

What definitely did happen is Dave Black of Little Egg Harbor Township managed to snap a picture of the elusive Jersey Devil, a creature that has haunted the New Jersey Pinelands for 200 years.

The legend of the Jersey Devil states that a woman in the early part of the 18th Century was pregnant with her 13th child. She joked that the devil could take this one—and he did. That child grew into the Jersey Devil.

The History Channel tweeted this out just a couple days ago.

Coincidence? Definitely. This photo is 100 percent real.

A four-year-old is evil for writing with his left hand according to an Oklahoma Teacher
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Poor, evil south paws.

Some crazy coot of a pre-Kindergarten teacher began making four-year-old Zayde use his right hand after seeing him color, draw and write with his left because she said it was an evil thing to do.

Like, a teacher of children said this. Someone allowed to be around kids.

Local news channel KFOR reported on the very silly story:

The child was sent home with a letter about how left-handedness is often associated with evil and the devil.

It's his first year at Oakes Elementary in Okemah, but his mom kept him home Monday after a dispute with his teacher over being left-handed.

[His mother] Alisha sent the teacher a note and got a strong response.

It was an article calling left-handedness "unlucky," "evil," and "sinister."

It even says "for example, the devil is often portrayed as left-handed.

Apparently, even after the mom complained, no disciplinary action was taken and the only reply she received was that letter comparing her kid to Beelzebub (the father of lies, not the manga character).

That poor kid already lives in Oklahoma, he doesn't need any insult to that injury.

Just kidding, Oklahomans. But get your teacher situation straightened out and maybe don't let someone like this near children. She has enough to deal with.

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