The Megaman is a cyborg human-like cryptid that is said to have attacked major people and sometimes innocent people. There has been more than 12,000 more sightings of Megaman than bigfoot, with 150 of possible deaths caused by Megaman, making the Megaman the most common cryptid ever encountered by humans. They are reported to have been both organic and mechanical, with dark blue foot armor, light blue jumpsuit-like skin on its body, dark blue armor on its arms and hands, strong muscles, blue or green eyes (depending on the sightings), and a light and dark blue helmet-like structure on its head. It is said to be about the size of a ten year old human child.
It is said that the top secret government files recently obtained by an unknown reveal that in the year 1981, a woman gave birth to a baby boy in an undisclosed government laboratory under the supervison of scientists. It is said that the boy was born with both human and robotic organs including full body armor, a laser cannon for an arm, and superhuman strength. It is said that immediately after birth, the boy was taken into custody by the U.S government and put through years of vigorous combat training in an attempt to create the prefect super-soldier. Documents show that under the supervison of one of the top scientist, the boy was programmed to carry out classified top secret missions in the U.S and worldwide. Rumors have often surfaced that the boy was responsible for the location and disappearances of of major people such as Saddam Hussein, Moammar Gadhaft, and Osama Bin Laden, all of which were reportedly killed by the boy, also known as Megaman.
- It is possible it could be just a hoax.
- It might have been just hallucinations.
- It could be possible that the boy might really have robotic parts.
- It could be possible that the boy is actually a pure robot.
Killed In Lost TapesEdit
- Saddam Hussein
- Moammar Gadhaft
- Osama Bin Laden
- 11 scientists went into the training room with Megaman in the year 1993
- Two hikers Johana Marrley and Mike Gobart
- One cameraman George Meaphrey
- Three police officers Megan Tyler, John Adamson Quasar, and Tom Bison
- 21 unknown innocent people
The character named Megaman (by Capcom) is inspired by this elusive cryptid with a same name. He shares a similar appearance, power, etc. except that this cryptid is said to be a killer as well.