Lake Worth Monster Known to Forth Worth, Texas locals as the Lake Worth Monster, it is a cryptid that is half-man half-goat that lives in Lake Worth. Sightings report that the cryptid does have scales, which accounts for its habitat of choice. The earliest sightings date back to July of 1969, when couples by Lake Worth saw the creature. Subsequent sightings report that the monster hurled tires at individuals near the lake.
This is the only known photo of the supposed Goat man, also called the Lake Worth Monster, allegedly seen by more than 40 people over the summer of
Holiday Inn Express Lake Worth NW Loop 820 Fort Worth Located just off I-820 and 16 minutes from downtown Fort Worth, this hotel features an outdoor pool and whirlpool. Free Wi-Fi and a daily breakfast buffet are also provided.
Castle of Heron Bay, Lake Worth, Texas. Formerly known as Whiting Castle, and commonly known as the Lake Worth Castle. Originally a three-room farm house built circa 1860, the property was won in a poker game by Samuel E. Whiting, who expanded and embellished the structure in the style of a castle, during the 1920s
Jacksboro/Corral Drive-In, Lake Worth, Texas. I used to hide down in the floor board of the car every time we drove past this theater to and from my Grandparents house. To this day, clowns still scare me!
Lake Mineral Wells State Park, Mineral Wells, TX: Just 45 minutes west of Fort Worth, this park offers plenty of recreation. You can hike bike, or horseback ride along 12.8 miles of park trails, or the 20 mile trailway, swim, boat, or fish at the lake, go rock climbing, or camp at one of their campsites.