Since the 1700s, people passing through Galloway, N.J. have reported seeing a winged creature called the Jersey Devil, according to NJ.com.
The flying winged monster was recently photographed by New Jersey resident Dave Black in the Pine Barren region, reported Syracuse.com.
While driving past a golf course on Route 9, Black told NJ.com that he thought he saw a llama running in and out of the trees.
Dave Black emailed NJ.com a photo of the creature and stated, "I swear it's not Photoshopped or a staged thing. People have said it's fake, but it's not. I'm honestly just looking for an explanation for what I saw."
The Jersey Devil legend is that a witch named Mother Leeds and the Devil had a child together that transformed into a creature with a goat's head, hooves, a forked tail and bat wings, reported Hollywood Life. The legend goes that in the 1700s the Jersey Devil flew up a chimney and did not reappear until 1890.
While there have been many sightings of the Jersey Devil, there is no solid proof that it exists, which keeps people wondering: does the Jersey Devil exist?
Check out the video to judge for yourself.