Monday, July 18, 2011 at 6:00 am (Updated: July 18, 6:58 am)
Sometimes the scariest part of a horror movie is before anything bad even happens – you know, when people are relaxing around a campfire or gleefully splashing in the ocean.
Cue the creepy music.
Monsters of a sort lurk outside the borders of Kentucky and Hardin County. And they seem poised for invasion.
Take wild boar, for instance. (Remember Hogzilla from a few years ago – the 800-pound wild-domestic cross that brandished a tusk of more than a foot long?) They’re rooting their way closer and closer to Hardin County.
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