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  • This is laughed off, prompting a solo camp-out -- supplies consisting of tent, toilet paper and Taco Bell -- to prove the local "goatman" legend is real.

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  • But trust me on this one -- women are better than I. LOL But if trolling an oil rig worker named 'goatman' is what you are really after, go for it.

    Drudge Retort

  • What about the urban legends about the goatman who supposedly lives in the lemon orchards and is reputedly able to switch places—switch souls—with someone through sheer willpower?

    The WritingYA Weblog: Life is But a Dream

  • She could see the goatman laying his pipes aside, dipping his fingers into the man's blood, the forked tongue licking the red liquid from the fingers with obvious relish ....

    Greenmantle

  • The goatman strode through her mind, his face twisted witb lust, eyes timmed red, his phallus standing erect between his legs like a tree.

    Greenmantle

  • He'd be a Green Man, a stag, a goatman, a boar ... whatever shape he chose, or in no shape at aU ... but he was near.

    Greenmantle

  • She saw a coupb copulating in the forest, the goatman piping CHAPTER NINE

    Greenmantle

  • And all the while that hellish music sounded, like nails dragging across a blackboard, and the goatman was standing there behind thc man, grinning, grinning ....

    Greenmantle

  • Iike a stag, or a goatman, or a man with antlers and a mantle of green leaves.

    Greenmantle

  • Brisk, funny pic won't be a theatrical player but could gain enough traction via fest and DVD to spawn a series -- particularly as the final moments posit it as a mere teaser for sequels really bringing the goatman goods.

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  • "Can they imagine the sweet alchemies now working in the moistest crannies of your anarchic tool? Where will it lead you next, O glorious goatman?"
    - 'Dear John', Germaine Greer, circa 1969.

    March 28, 2008