PG | | Adventure, Drama, Horror
This is actually the third film of the 'Boggy Creek' series. Charles B. Pierce, director/producer of The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972), had no affiliation with the first sequel, Return to Boggy Creek (1977), so he decided to ignore it and make this as the official sequel.
Professor Brian C. 'Doc' Lockart:
These river bottoms are truly a sight to behold.
At then end of the flashback about Otis Tucker, he is stated to have never regained consciousness after his encounter with the creature, meaning that no one could possibly know that it even was an encounter with the creature or any of the details of how it happened. A likely explanation is that Dr. Lockhart simply took an account of an unexplained murder and added his own details, including arbitrarily attributing it to the creature with no evidence. Otherwise, it's simply a massive plot hole.
"Mad Dog Provided by....."
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