Goat Man of Wellington Lane

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Rumors abound of a half-goat, half-man creature who lives under a bridge here. Folks have reported seeing his eyes peeking out from on the the bridge late at night. A white ghost dog is said to appear here too.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Wellington Lane
Wichita Falls, TX
United States

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GPS:
33.97086732258587, -98.57259025214961
County:
Wichita County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Pleasant Valley, TX (2.4 mi.)
Iowa Park, TX (5.7 mi.)
Wichita Falls, TX (6.0 mi.)
Cashion Community, TX (6.1 mi.)
Burkburnett, TX (8.8 mi.)
Lakeside City, TX (9.9 mi.)
Holliday, TX (12.8 mi.)
Dean, TX (13.1 mi.)
Jolly, TX (14.8 mi.)
Randlett, OK (15.6 mi.)

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