Keep up with all the exciting news and events at The Parklands by signing up for our e-newsletter. Something there is — the poet Robert Frost once almost said — that loves an urban myth, and in the case of the Pope Lick Monster that now faded love has lead to a minute independent movie, a well-received play, thousands of teenaged memories and at least three deaths. Several people have been killed either on the trestle, or by falling from it, and many more have been injured. Either way the creature is also said to be able to mimic familiar voices — luring people up onto the tracks — and if all else fails he dispatches his victims with a rusty, blood-stained axe.
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The Pope Lick Monster is a legendary part-man, part-goat and part-sheep creature reported to live beneath a railroad trestle bridge over Pope Lick Creek, in the Fisherville neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. Contents. 1 Urban legend ; 2 Media; 3 See also; 4 References.  Urban legend Numerous urban legends exist about the creature's origins and bridge over Pope Lick Creek, in the Fisherville neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. "The Bizarre Legend of Louisville KY's 'Pope Lick Monster'". . Origins Pope told Joseph Spence (in Spence's Anecdotes) that he had been working.
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Supposedly the monster has the body of a man and the lower torso of a goat or sheep.
A human-goat hybrid is said to lurk near the trestle over Pope Lick Creek. It's an urban legend passed down several generations. Some accounts say goatman was in a circus freak show, and constantly ridiculed. One day the circus train crashed near the trestle, and the goatman escaped full of vengeance. He tempted the Pope Lick Monster when he ran across the foot high railroad trestle at years-old.