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Skull of The Jersey Devil

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"Skull of the Jersey Devil (Diabolus jersiensis) collected by Dr. James Killian. New Jersey, 1819"

As seen on Destination Truth

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Canon EOS 40D
Shutter Speed
1/21 second
Focal Length
23 mm
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Date Taken
Aug 2, 2009, 3:47:14 PM
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Trendorman's avatar
if you made it, why did they say its real?
JasonMcKittrick's avatar
Because it was an attraction, not a real museum.
Trendorman's avatar
Destination truth lied? 

There went their creditability
pocketserrant's avatar
I just saw this episode yesterday... or really early this morning, lost an entire night to a bad cough so details are fuzzy... but this caught my eye and I was wondering who made it, what it was based on, what inspired the piece and so forth. Amazing job If I might say so sir! How long did it take?
JasonMcKittrick's avatar
Thank you! It took about a month all together with the other specimens.
AshenTundra's avatar
i really think that is a mutated ram... but, i always think that :p
Illstation's avatar
Gives me some ideas of what I could do with that old goat skull that's just lying around!
Kgosi's avatar
What sort of skull is it based on? Reminds me of a male Llama skull personally.
JasonMcKittrick's avatar
Based off of a white tail deer skull.
Kgosi's avatar
That explains the longer muzzle, awesome work!
hey dude,
her skull what they found?
its real!!
your pic its too scary
to imagine this mith is existing in new jersey
JasonMcKittrick's avatar
It's not real. I made the skull along with the entire exhibit for The Paranormal Museum in Asbury Park NJ. Glad you like it though!
Have I seen this on TV??? I think I have.

Anywho. EPIC work.
JasonMcKittrick's avatar
Yes you have. It was featured on the Jersey Devil episode of Destination Truth. Thanks!
Yeah. That episode was pretty cool.
CoolislandSong's avatar
whoa! that is wicked!
Your work is an inspiration for me.
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