Momo the monster is real. You probably know that already. You should also know there is a recent movie dedicated to Momo that you can watch now for the price of nothing. No strings attached.

Momo the Missouri Monster was a movie that was made kind of documentary style and it's listed on IMDb. The storyline shown there goes like this:

The hair-covered, three-toed monstrosity was said to have prowled the forests of "Star Hill" near Louisiana, Missouri during the summer of 1972 where it was seen by terrified citizens for weeks.

Here's a trailer for the Momo awesomeness that waits for you:

While I wouldn't hesitate to spend a few bucks to rent great movie action like this, you can stream it for free using the Tubi app. Unlike Netflix, there's no subscription cost or any bologna like that. If the thought of watching something for free offends you, you can rent it from the Microsoft store for $4.99. Not sure why you'd want to do that when I'm giving it to you, but whatever.

Momo the Missouri Monster won't take up a lot of your time. It only runs 1 hour and 20 minutes. The IMDb ratings aren't exactly great averaging 3.9 out of 10, but who can complain for the price of free? There's some actual Missouri monster history here to go along with the entertainment and it's hard to argue against that kind of value.

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