Man-Weasel Mystery, AKA Gef the Talking Mongoose

This is a reported cryptozoology case from the 1930s that is very intriguing. On the small Isle of Man, just off the coast of England, a family reported that their home was inhabited by a talking mongoose. His name was Gef and — while few people ever saw him — enough local folks and investigators heard him to create a media sensation. Noted parapsychology researcher Harry Price actually lived with the family for a few weeks and documented the case in his book The Haunting of Cashen’s Gap. The case has never been solved and continues to fascinate paranormal researchers (okay, just me) to this day.

Dalby Spook

 “Man-Weasel” is another one of Anthony Weiner’s sexting pseudonyms. 


4 Comments on “Man-Weasel Mystery, AKA Gef the Talking Mongoose”

  1. Kristi Apple says:

    Love it!

  2. paywindow7 says:

    Cashen’s Gap, isn’t that just down the lane from the Glenfiddich brewery?
    Interestingly curious.

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