The Spectral Moose was first reported in the 1900s, in many different areas of Maine. It is said to be a moose that measures 10 to 15 feet high with a ghostly white or grey coloring and enormous antlers. Sometimes the fur of the moose is described as glowing slightly. Hunters that approach the moose are left with nothing; as soon as they fire at the ghostly being, it vanishes before the bullets even reach it.
During a mass of sightings in 1938, a man only known by the name Houston claimed he saw a Spectral Moose along with a herd that were grazing in a bog. There were three bulls, but one made the other two “look like pygmies”. His detailed report included, “Beside the spectral coloration there were the antlers again, twenty points on one side, twenty one on the other, with a palm at least eighteen inches wide in the velvet.”