The Ogua, a two-headed turtle-like beast with a mouth full of teeth found along the Monongahela River (West Virginia - Pennsylvania). It hunts at night, waiting along the banks for deer- or anything else- to come close; the beast drags its prey underwater, and saves any leftovers in its underwater den.
8 1/2 x 11 art prints of West Virginia cryptids based on original drawings by Kristen Puckett.
I'm a pretty quiet person from Southern Ohio that loves monsters, animals, stories, and history. I moved to Fairbanks, AK to study art and received my Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2017, afterward moving to & working in El Paso, TX. Currently, I reside in Lucasville, OH.
I enjoy outdoor activities - like hiking, kayaking, and sightseeing - reading, drawing, throwing pottery, sculpting, playing video games, and playing dungeons and dragons with my friends. ~Kristen Puckett - Appalachian Illustrator, Folklorist, & Ceramicist
Location: Lucasville, OH
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