For a worm to have a diameter of six inches or so, it would have to be a real monster - I think. As I said, I just saw the heads and a small part of the trunks sticking up. I really don't know how long they could have been, but the wide diameter led me to think they are long.
When I showed those pictures to my wife and translated parts of the essays about these things, my wife told me that perhaps such a worm monster lurks near some hot springs about ten miles away from her village. she has frequently told me that a huge boa constrictor lives in the Rio Verde (Green River), where the springs are located. She said that it carried away a few people who were never seen or heard from again. However, a constrictor usually swallows its prey where it finds it. Something dragged these victims away. Both of us are now wondering whether it was one of those giant monster worms.
|Monster Worms in Mexico?||1061||gene douglas||21-Jan-04 19:30|
|Re: Monster Worms in Mexico?||356||Earache||21-Jan-04 21:05|
|Re: Monster Worms in Mexico?||355||gene douglas||21-Jan-04 21:56|
|Re: Monster Worms in Mexico?||416||ArmchairObserver||22-Jan-04 07:54|
|Re: Monster Worms in Mexico?||614||gene douglas||22-Jan-04 10:11|
|Re: Monster Worms in Mexico?||369||ArmchairObserver||22-Jan-04 15:40|
|Re: Monster Worms in Mexico?||385||gene douglas||23-Jan-04 22:03|
|Re: Monster Worms in Mexico?||372||gene douglas||23-Jan-04 22:04|
|Re: Monster Worms in Mexico?||342||ArmchairObserver||24-Jan-04 08:08|
|No idea||324||Richard Fusniak||23-Jan-04 02:54|
|Re: No idea||363||RichardC||23-Jan-04 17:34|
|Re: No idea||325||ArmchairObserver||24-Jan-04 08:10|
|That's so cute!||339||Elvee Kaye||30-Jan-04 21:57|
|Re: Monster Worms in Mexico?||630||Elvee Kaye||30-Jan-04 22:39|