‘Goat Man’ Of Utah Mystery Solved
Maybe you saw the news article last week about a man wearing a goat suit who was spotted among a herd of wild goats in the mountains of Northern Utah.
“He was clumsy, working his way down the cliff trying to catch up with the rest of the herd,” Coty Creighton, a hiker who took the photos that made the “goat man” famous, explained. “With the binoculars, I could clearly see it was a guy dressed up in a homemade goat suit.”
Wildlife officials expressed their concern about the possibility that another goat would attack him, or perhaps he could be shot by a goat hunter.
At last report the “goat man” had called the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and explained what he was doing dressed as a goat. He’s a 57-year-old bow hunter from Southern California who’s training for a wild goat hunt next year by getting better acquainted with his prey.
The goat suit was made from a hooded painter’s uniform and a fleece.
Now that you know “goat man” is using nefarious tactics to try to kill other goats, has your opinion of him changed? Get a closer look at the Goat Man in action over on Huffington Post Weird News.