Since the 1700s, people passing through Galloway, N.J. have reported seeing a winged creature called the Jersey Devil, according to

The flying winged monster was recently photographed by New Jersey resident Dave Black in the Pine Barren region, reported

While driving past a golf course on Route 9, Black told that he thought he saw a llama running in and out of the trees.

Dave Black emailed 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.