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animal found dead in Galveston Island September
1st, 2008, it is believed to be one of the Campeche
Beast. A pack of large black dogs that are said
to date back to the time of Jean Lafitte the
pirate. Residents of the small Island have been
hearing “chilling animal cries”
since 1891, with sightings of an animal with
glowing red eyes that apparently mated with
a doberman and a rottweiler before it died.
A pack of supernatural black dogs is said to
roam the hurricane swept Island since the Great
Storm of 1900 or possibly earlier. Legend has
it that twelve black puppies were adopted by
a downtown business owner when their mongrel
(Coyote or prairie wolf, small, swift wolf,
Canis latrans, native to W North America), mother
was killed. For over a century, inhabitants
of West Galveston Island have told tales of
these large black hellhounds with malevolent
flaming eyes (or in some variants of the legend
a single eye) that are red or alternatively
yellow. They vary in size and stature from that
of simply a large dog to being the size of a
But the Black Pack also are known to be benevolent
at times and bring warnings of disasters. Many
say they saw them in the days before the great
storm of 1900. These dog like chupacabra like
creatures are said to be so evil that that they
only listen to the commands of the Devil himself.
Some stories state that death comes quick if
you see a Black Dog in Texas.And death will
fall days, months, or years after viewing the
demonic beasts. Others say that death may not
follow at all, but something "bad"
will happen to someone close to those who set
eyes on the twelve ghost hounds.
The Black Dog of nearby Clear Lake, TX does
not take the guise of a large, fearsome hound.
Instead, it appears as a small, sad black dog.
The Black Dog of San Leon leaves droppings with
human fingers poking out of it . It also appears
to enjoy human company, sometimes and has been
known to protect lost children rom great danger.
Seeing the small Black Dog of San Leon once
is supposedly a sign of good luck to come, twice
brings a life of long suffering bad luck And
you will not have heirs. And in your cursed
life you see him a third time it means instant
is a Whole Other Haunted World!
The paranormal is very normal in this haunted
Texas town. With many haunted landmarks Pier
21, Stewart Beach, Seawall Boulevard, The Strand,
and Hotel Galvez. And the strange pack of twelve
large dogs howling and growling have been seen
and heard from September 1st to the 13th by
Hurricane Ike: GALVESTON, Texas (Sept. 13)
- Howling ashore with 110 mph winds, Hurricane
Ike ravaged the Texas coast Saturday, flooding
thousands of homes and businesses, shattering
windows in Houston's skyscrapers and knocking
out power to millions of people. Many said that
they saw the pack of twelve large black Dogs
running along the seawall and congregating in
front of the Bamboo Lounge late at night for
a week before the storm. Many locals on the
Haunted Texas Island believe these the dirty
dozen from hell to be a real sign that doom
Some tell the story that the twelve black dogs
were part of a pack of vicious dogs that were
owned by the Pirate King Jean Laffite. They
were bred for hunting down unsuspecting thieves,
travelers and interlopers. Lastly, some stories
tell that evil Pirate King claimed the hounds
to have brought home to him each night multiple
heads hands and human penises. These of the
people who tried to steal his treasure his belongings
or his woman.
"Campeche Devil Dogs"
This pack from hell is said to have been born
in the eye of a hurricane during Laffite's time
on the Island. The beast only responded to his
commands alone. The Voodoo Queen that did the
ritual is said to have died as the las evil
pup was born. Thus infusing her eternal black
dark powers into the original twelve that were
born. Cross bred from a large spanish or European
black wolf and evil bitch dog that Lafitte owned
Jean Lafitte (ca. 1776 - ca. 1826) was a privateer
in the Gulf of Mexico in the early 19th century.
He often spelled his name Jean Laffite. Lafitte
is believed to have been born either in France
or the French colony of Saint-Domingue. By 1805
he operated a warehouse in New Orleans to help
disperse the goods smuggled by his brother Pierre
Lafitte. After the United States government
passed the Embargo Act of 1807 the Lafitte's
moved their operations to an island in Barataria
Bay. By 1810, their new port was very successful.
The Pirate King is said to have been by some
involved with the powerful forces of black magic
and Voodoo Hoodoo practices. After being run
out of New Orleans around 1817, Lafitte relocated
to the island of Galveston, Texas establishing
another "kingdom" he named "Campeche".
In Galveston, Lafitte either purchased or set
his claim to a lavishly furnished mansion used
by French pirate Louis-Michel Aury, which he
named "Maison Rouge". The building's
upper level was converted into a fortress where
a cannon commanding Galveston harbor was placed.
Around 1820, Lafitte reportedly married Madeline
Regaud, possibly the widow or daughter of a
French colonist who had died during an ill-fated
expedition to Galveston. In 1821, the schooner
USS Enterprise was sent to Galveston to remove
Lafitte from the Gulf after one of the pirate's
captains attacked an American merchant ship.
Lafitte agreed to leave the island without a
fight, and in 1821 or 1822 departed on his flagship,
the Pride, burning his fortress and settlements
and reportedly taking immense amounts of treasure
with him. All that remains of Maison Rouge is
the foundation, located at 1417 Avenue A near
the Galveston wharf. When Laffite left Galveston
Island in 1820 he made Jao de la Porta, a Jewish
Texan merchant, a full-time trader.
While the Lafitte and his brother Pierre were
engaged in running the Galveston operation with
considerably the slave smuggling trade and many
of these slaves practiced black occult science
of voodoo hoodoo.But Lafitte kept the most powerful
of those that did voodoo to help him get even
more then any other mortal man. From the spells
and hexes it is said that Lafitte demanded that
a voodoo queen give him an army of dogs to guard
his Island retreat. Lafitte's lost treasure
has acquired a lore of its own as it, like his
death, was never accounted for. He reportedly
maintained several stashes of plundered gold
and jewelry in the vast system of marshes, swamps,
and bayous located around Barrataria Bay. One
such legend places the treasure somewhere on
the property of Destrehan Plantation, and Lafitte's
spirit walks the plantation on nights of full
moons to guide someone to the treasure's location.
Other rumors suggest that Lafitte's treasure
sank with his ship, the Pride, either near Galveston
or in the Gulf of Mexico where some believe
it went down during an 1826 hurricane. In the
area of Galveston, it is commonly said that
Lafitte buried his treasure on Galveston Island.
and in each location a large black devil dog
from his pack large pack of 500 dogs and 1200
bitches is said to guard it. When Lafitte left
the island he left only twelve of the largest
and meanest of his supernatural black dogs.
In early 1821, the U.S. Navy ran Lafitte out
of Galveston, according to French Quarter: An
Informal History of the New Orleans Underworld.
While leaving, Lafitte burned his compound.
Thus, despite the great heights to which Lafitte
rose, began his decline. He left with three
vessels, but two of them deserted him a few
days later when he refused to attack a convoy
of Spanish merchantmen. From that point on,
Lafitte's power and influence reached a low
ebb, and he became a petty pirate and thief.
He established a base on Mujeres Island (Isla
Mujeres) off the coast of Yucatán, but
it was just a small collection of squalid huts.
This is where he is said to have brought the
leader of the black pack and it is said to haunt
the island to this very day.
Herbert Asbury recounts his death in The French
Quarter: An Informal History of the New Orleans
Underworld. In 1826, Lafitte entered the little
Indian village of Teljas, on the mainland, and
died of fever after a few days' illness in a
In Galveston many say beside him were the
new new litter of evil spawned pups. Black as
night with yellow glowing eyes of hell.
Shape Shifting Shadows
The Dogs are said to possess magical supernatural
powers that defy explanation. If your on Galveston
Island be aware of the shadows day and night.
For you might be followed by the dogs of Campeche
where ever you go.
The dogs are more then able to become just
shadows and are said to follow anyone that might
have strange or covert intentions. Many locals
will tell you they will closely follow any stranger
on the Island until they leave. low growls are
often heard when one is near and the smell of
wet dog is experienced.
The black dogs are known to breath heavily
on the necks of those that have no good on their
minds. One recent tale tells of a tourist that
said she was chased back to her hotel by a large
black beast. but she tells that she thinks the
Campeche Ghost Dog was just trying to get her
out of harms way. These Supernatural dogs are
said to try to protect the innocent and the
intended victims of unscrupulous people also.
Lafitte respected children and woman and the
feeble minded. It is said that he commanded
his dogs not to harm those that could not protect
His Black Hellhound Devil Dogs are also said
to haunt New Orleans , Barataria and anywhere
Lafitte set foot in his lifetime. Some say the
shadows of these dogs can be seen in the waves
that crash ashore along thee gulf of Mexico.
Mujeres Island (Isla Mujeres) near Cancun.
Isla Mujeres is the name of a small island,
as well as the town on that island, a short
distance off the coast of the northeast of the
Yucatán Peninsula in the Caribbean Sea.
Isla Mujeres is also one of the eight municipalities
of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. It is
about 13 km northeast of Cancún, at 21.20°
North, 86.72° West. The island is some 7
km long and 650 meters wide. In the 2005 census
the municipality had a population of 13,315,
and the town had a population of 11,147. The
municipality, which lies mostly on the mainland
in the northeastern corner of the state, has
an area of 1,100 km² (424.7 sq mi).
Transportation on Isla Mujeres consists primarily
of taxis or golf carts and moped scooters. As
of 2005 there were 121 taxis, 500 golf carts,
and 1500 moped scooters.
In Pre-Columbian times the island was sacred
to the Mayan moon goddess, Ix Chel. When the
Spanish arrived here in the 16th century they
named it "Isla Mujeres" meaning "Island
of Women" because of the many cult images
of the moon goddess here.
There was a small Mayan temple on the south
tip of the island, however in 1988 Hurricane
Gilbert caused extensive damage to it, leaving
most of the foundation and a very small portion
of the temple. And near it is the ruins of Lafittes
home and where several Black dogs and thie ghost
shadows are said to prowl and guard.
Ferryman is a Paranormal Investigator from
Franklin, Tennessee. She heads up The Franklin
Ghost and Paranormal Investigation Team. Ferryman
is very active in pursuing real Urban Legends
and finding out what truth lies hidden in the
Her 15 member group has investigated many haunted
locations all over the United States since it's
founding in 2006.
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