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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.

  • 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.

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  • 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?

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  • 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 ....


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


  • 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.


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


  • 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 ....


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


  • 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