Our last three winners step into the squared circle for week three of the 2022 Miss Cryptid Contest of Champions! This week, France’s Lou Carcolh battles Boston’s Hoover the Talking Seal and Australia’s Drop Bear in a righteous slugfest! It’s a worldwide skirmish of two fantastic creatures and one very real one. And of course, you control their fate. Cast your vote on the Blurry Photos home page for a chance to win a prize pack! Prize pack winners will receive toys, collectibles, a book, shirt, candy, and their very own Golden Goatman Trophy (replica). One runner-up will win a T-shirt, and one lucky entrant will be Miss Congealniality and win some stickers and magnets. Make sure to cast your vote soon, there’s only this week and the finals left! Listen and decide, and find out who is moving on from week 2 on this episode!
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