The Beast of Warehouse 31
What is the "Beast" that lives around Warehouse 31?
Nobody is really sure.
Some claim it is nothing but a hoax, but don't tell that to the people who have seen it.
"It didn't look like any animal I had ever seen," stated Jose Guerra, manager of Warehouse 3-3. "It looked like an alligator with wings. I know that sounds crazy, but I know what I saw."
The first sighting of the beast took place in 1997, when a man riding his motorcycle in the area claimed that he spotted a "a creature resembling a gargoyle with enormous bat-like wings" perched in some trees near the road.
Strange True History
Located off of Norcross Drive in St. Augustine, there resides a complex of several large warehouses used for business interests and storage. Everyday, trucks and trains make their way through this area, shipments are sent and delivered, and the houses are filled with goods, but one warehouse sits alone and abandoned with a simple sign that reads STORAGE 3-1. This building is known as Warehouse 31.
It wasn't always so lonely. Over its history, it has had a number of tenants. Wal-Mart used it to assemble and store furniture until employees complained of constantly feeling ill. Mayflower, Inc. stayed only 6 months, because furniture kept disappearing, blaming it on theft even though there was and still remains tight security.