Many people have a fascination with monsters. There’s a reason why there are so many TV shows in which they feature so prominently. From the search for Bigfoot to the quest for the Loch Ness Monster in countless YouTube videos and across many websites dedicated to cryptozoology it’s a quest that engages millions. But lately I’ve realized that there are real monsters and they’re living among us. And today I’m going to prove it to you.
What really scares me about these creatures, and what should scare you too is how easily they avoid detection. They look a lot like we do. So much so that unless you catch them doing one of their hideous deeds you’d never even know the terror, pain, suffering and carnage they revel in causing. One friend of mine even described them as monsters in lipstick…
Michelle Leqve is my first example.
She doesn’t look all that awful here does she? All rosy cheeked and decked out in her winter gear.
But that’s not the full picture. This is:
Polar bears are one of the world’s most endangered animals. Yet this callous creature seems to have thought nothing of chasing this animal with dogs over a period of days until frightened, alone, and without the energy to continue running it turned to face its tormentor. She promptly used her high powered compound bow to fire again and again until it fell dead.
When I read about this crime against nature I literally felt sick. What evil creature would deprive such a magnificent, intelligent animal of its right to simply exist? What sort of soulless evil would drive a creature to use dogs and machines to pursue and murder something so rare and beautiful? Or to deprive the world of one of the most threatened of all carnivores?
The bear she slaughtered — and make no mistake about it this is slaughter plain and simple — now stands stuffed: her “most prized trophy”.
Today Michelle Leqve works for Delta airlines. No doubt she capitalizes on her employment by the airline to travel the world so she can pursue her true passion — hunting and killing animals with one of the cruelest and most unnecessary weapons of modern time – the compound crossbow.
I wonder how she feels when she pours passengers of the airline little cups of Coca Cola from cans that proudly feature Polar Bears as part of the corporate giant’s “Arctic Home” campaign. Scratch that. A monster like Michelle that would slaughter an endangered animal clearly has no respect for anything.
My hope is that by exposing her for what she really is — a barbaric individual that glorifies in killing and cruelty — that we can unmask the monster, expose her for what she really is and perhaps make her pay the price for the savage acts she engages in for pleasure.
Together we can help stop monsters like Michelle. Help me send a message to Delta Airlines that she has hurt the reputation of her employer and likely made the company unwittingly complicit in her killing by helping her reach the destinations where she carries our her murderous actions.
If you feel like I do, that monsters like this need to be unmasked and exposed, please sign the petition and help spread the word. Our wildlife and especially animals that are already seriously threatened due to climate change deserve our compassion and protection, not to be hounded, slaughtered and put up on display for the enjoyment of a truly sick modern monster.