Coming from Maryland

I’m glad we have our very own monster:

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40 responses to this post.

  1. I’m not sure how Cthulu gets so far inland to Tennessee… maybe he comes up the river.

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  2. Posted by geologywoman on November 7, 2011 at 11:34 pm

    LOL! Who made this map!

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  3. According to the Twilight trilogy, vampires live in Washington State. I don’t know how Cali got stuck with them. And Utah should have got stuck with Mormons.

    I also don’t understand why Minnesota has succubi. The Ojibwe will tell you the Wendigo haunts the deep woods of the Land o’ Lakes.

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    • Clearly needs nudging.
      Succubi to Southern California then?

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      • Succubi in SoCal makes a lot more sense. I checked the tumblr account where the author put up that map, and apparently it was arbitrary choice, putting succubi in Minnesota.

        The Wendigo is a Great Lakes thing, not to be messed with. I had Ojibwe friends who swore they or a family member had an experience with a Wendigo, which is something like a hungry ghost, except it eats people.

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    • LOLOL @ Mormons! you’re sharp, hg. 😉

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  4. I’m willing to bet $ that the person who created this map is from Indiana – Daylight Savings Time! (They have more than one time zone…)

    And zombies for the entire state of PA is just wrong. They’re entirely a Pittsburgh thing. (No, really – check out the shooting locations for “Night of the Living Dead” and “Dawn of the Dead.”) I think my part of the state would do OK with Amish undercover werewolf fighters. 😉 Philly could be a UFO site, or else (the obvy) lotsa dead ghosty people to see.

    Jersey people will hate being tagged with the Jersey Devil, but I suppose that’s better than the “Jersey state bird” joke (mosquito).

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    • LOL @ “Amish undercover werewolf fighters”
      You have me wondering now, e2c. This is a Mennonite area. They’ve always seemed like a peaceful sort of people, but maybe they’ve been sucking the brains out of these hillbillies! That’s it! We have meek Mennonite Hillbillian brain-suckers! haha!

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      • I live in a part of PA that is very heavily Amish, Mennonite, Church of the Brethren, etc. Somehow, the idea of superhero Amish werewolf fighters seems realistic! 😉 (Maybe they could go on the offensive against all the corrupt people at Penn State…)

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      • Mere appetizers, friends. Hillybilly brains are mere amuse bouche.

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  5. Jersey could be vampire mafiosi lounge acts (playing the Jersey Shore in general, and Atlantic City in particular) – like a sinister version of the singer in Woody Allen’s movie Broadway Danny Rose.

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  6. Hahaha! Great info here!

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  7. Oh, woe is me! “The clock in the wall”…that sounds more ominous than most of the others!
    This is pretty funny, but yes…the Wendigo is a northern Michigan monster, too!

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  8. Overlook Hotel? I’m going to have to figure that one out…

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  9. Capt’n, I think the Overlook Hotel is from “The Shining” by Stephen King

    Here’s Johnnny….

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  10. hey, Kentucky got zombies!

    we be fashionable (for once)

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  11. I live in Ohio and had a dream two nights ago that starred Harry Morgan (of M*A*S*H) and Orson Welles.

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  12. I just realized, I don’t think anything is coming for Delaware.
    Does that mean they are safe?

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  13. I think either they just forgot it was there, or else CORPORATIONS was too big to fit in on the map.

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  14. Oklahoma = bugs?

    While there are tons of them here, eastern OK actually has a ‘creature’ similar to Bigfoot – there was even a cheesy movie made about it long ago. Here in Western OK our biggest ‘monster’ is Mother Nature … she apparently hates us.

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  15. I think we could and have come up with a much better map than this one! 🙂 I love you guys’ suggestions for Florida! Snert!

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  16. I love the Ghosts one because Mass and upstate NY is full of them. The problem is that Massachusetts doesn’t want to share anything with New York, so we’ll have tar n’ feather the ghosts of leaf-peepers past.

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  17. I knew that Wisconsin is infested with zombies. It’s fate that I’m stuck here. I suspect there are cannibals here as well, but perhaps they are the ones who became zombies.

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  18. I am offended that FLorida just has “Virus”. I mean at least they could name the virus….It could be something swampy and appropriate, like Dengue Fever, or even Malaria. though we of course avoid malaria by spraying everything else to death. Maybe pesticides for us, or one of the midwestern states would be most appropriate!

    And agree that ZOmbies for all of PA is extreme. the South Southern area is more likley to be plagued with Amish with pitchforks, maybe Amish ZOmbies.

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  19. We clearly need to make this map at least twice the size and insert proper corrections and additions.

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  20. Hey! There’s been a mistake! Bugs comes from ARKANSAS! Not Oklahoma!

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